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Created attachment 22979 [details]
simple hello world program
Passing in --deps to mkbundle no longer links all the dependencies. It is working properly in 4.8.1 but not in 220.127.116.11
I have attached a hello world program.
Build with mcs to create test.exe
Run 'AS="as -arch i386" mkbundle --deps --i18n none test.exe -c -o temp.c'
Look at temp.c. It no longer links mscorlib.dll.
Right now I am working around this by listing each dependency individually. I see this as a major issue going forward. Accidentally leaving out an assembly here can hide as a bug that doesn't show up until execution hits that assembly.
Thanks in advance,