Has anyone tried to port Mono to RTEMS

Joel Sherrill joel at rtems.org
Mon Jul 24 01:28:38 UTC 2017

On Jul 23, 2017 7:11 PM, "Chris Johns" <chrisj at rtems.org> wrote:

On 24/07/2017 09:29, Russell Haley wrote:
> I've retreated from FreeBSD all together. I'm on Debian Jessie right now.
rsb is
> running and Mono is compiling now (still compiling C, not yet into mcs
where it
> compiles the framework). I saw the original posters timezone item go
> past so it's not a problem with my system so far. Will know more when I
get rsb
> completed.

Interesting. This would imply something is not full crossed to the RTEMS
environment in Mono or the RTEMS environment is not consistent. The RTEMS
environment should be consistent across a range of host machines and so it
should give the same results to configure probes.

One issue I find when on FreeBSD is configure or build logic based around
breaks. If the sed logic uses GNU sed extensions, for example '\n' for a new
line, it breaks the BSD sed as it does not support it.

Does Mono build natively on FreeBSD? It is quite possible that any number
of host tools are not installed, not the GNU version, or Mono simply has
Linux specific assumptions.

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