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Old 12-08-2010, 11:24 AM
"Paul F. Johnson"
Default Mono.Cecil


Mono.Cecil has been a pain in the backside for many moons with the
advice being to ditch the version which ships with package and try and
use the version bundled with mono itself (which is version 0.6-ish).

Unfortunately, this is leading to a number of problems (db4o 7.4 up
won't work like this and many other packages are starting to creak)

The lead developer for Mono.Cecil has released version 0.9.4 and it's
rapidly approaching version 1.0 (not sure about the eta on it).

I've packaged 0.9.4 up as a new package (mono-cecil) and will put it up
for review shortly (got a few minor things to sort out first). This will
break quite a few of the scripts currently being used (for example,
monodevelop-2.4.1 won't build). However, there are advantages to using a
new Mono.Cecil, especially as the old version really is old and broken
in places.

Does anyone have a problem with a new mono.cecil package being imported?



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