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Re: F9 Mono



Thanks for the response which raises for me additional questions below.

On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 03:48:51PM +0000, Paul wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> > I was thinking of
> > /usr/bin/mono
> 
> executes mono apps

what are some of the mono apps and what do they do?
 
> > /usr/bin/mono-api-diff
> > /usr/bin/mono-api-info
> > /usr/bin/mono-api-info2
> > /usr/bin/mono-service
> > /usr/bin/mono-service2
> 
> Both mono-service and mono-service2 are from xsp (run ASPX files)

I find no info on xsp (no man or info entries).
What programs invoke these mono utilities?
 
> > /usr/bin/mono-test-install
> 
> Tests the installs fine
> 
> > /usr/bin/monodir
> 
> Sets the mono runtime directory
> 
> > /usr/bin/monolinker
> 
> Links mono bits to underlying libraries (like a glue)
> 
> > Then there are also quite a few *.exe files aparently generated 
> > by /usr/bin/mono. I was surprised to find all the .exe files in
> > F9.
> 
> You'll get lots of them from the main mono packages, but a pile of
> others from different apps. They should all live in /usr/lib
> or /usr/lib64 though

What purpose do the .exe files serve in F9?

Thanks.


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