[mercury-users] csharp top_level.exe [was: csharp grade error in mdb.browse.cs]

Jeff Thompson jeff at thefirst.org
Mon Dec 6 03:08:49 AEDT 2010

On 12/1/2010 4:27 PM, Peter Wang wrote:
> On 2010-12-01, Jeff Thompson<jeff at thefirst.org>  wrote:
>> I re-built with release of the day 2010-11-29 and compiled
>> top-level.exe with no problem.  I created a shell script to call
>> mono /path/to/top_level.exe, and set the MERCURY_COMPILER
>> environment variable in the mmc script to use it.  Then I try "mmc
>> --csharp --make hello_world".  It still gives me:
>> ** Error: error reading file `builtin.m' to generate dependencies.
>> I copied builtin.m and the other dependent files into the same
>> directory as hello_world.m. Then I try "mmc --csharp --make
>> hello_world" and get the following:
>> Making Mercury/ints/hello_world.int
>> Making Mercury/css/hello_world.cs
>> Error: system command received signal 255.
>> ** Error making `Mercury/css/hello_world.cs'.
> I've fixed the offending bug just now.  I guess I didn't test this 
> before :-)

ROTD 2010-12-03 fixes the bug for not finding buildin.m. Thanks!  Now, 
when I set up mmc to use top_level.exe and do "mmc --make --csharp 
hello_world" I get the error:
Error: system command received signal 255.
** Error making `Mercury/css/hello_world.cs'.

Any ideas? Are you able to use top_level.exe to make hello_world.exe?

Thanks again,
- Jeff

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