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Created attachment 3949 [details]
small source to reproduce bug about missing temp dirs.
When compiling Code into memory using the Microsoft.CSharp.CSharpCodeProvider class,
the compiler either fails to create a temp dir or deletes it too early.
Small demo as attachment. The program creates a tiny class source, compiles it as in-memory assembly, runs it, then changes the classname and compiles it again.
(Needed as basis for an application which will regenerate classes over and over again.)
The program keeps generating new classnames 'Blaeh0', 'Blaeh1', ...
The first works, on the second, it fails complaining about a temp dir.
Works fine on MS environment with VS2005 and the 2.0 compiler.
Error message from compiler:
error CS0016: Could not write to file `1c7f9e1b', cause: Could not find a part of the path "/tmp/1f28ac7c/1c7f9e1b.dll".
save file attached, compile using dmcs testcsc.cs , start. Fails on second loop.
Build same on Microsoft VS2005, run, it works.
Forgot version info:
dmcs version 220.127.116.11
mono version 18.104.22.168
debian7 wheezy, kernel 3.8.8, x86_64
Fixed in master