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Updated my installed Mono version to the 2.11 Alpha Release. I was running 2.10.9. I updated, because I wanted to use the Mono.CSharp library for evaluating code. Under 2.10.9, it kept throwing exceptions. It was some NotSupportedException. Either way, I upgraded and now that code works.
However, I can't run Nuget anymore to install packages. For instance, download the Nuget bootstrap application, it's basically a command line tool that is self updating.
I've been using this to install packages and manage dependencies since MonoDevelop doesn't have support yet. Everything was working fine under 2.10.9.
After updating to 2.11, I receive this message when trying to install the Mono.CSharp package as an example:
Unable to find package 'Mono.CSharp'.
I'd be happy to troubleshoot for you, but I'm not sure what other information you may want. Also, sorry if I didn't categorize this issue correctly.
Created attachment 1692 [details]
This is the trace with MONO_LOG_LEVEL=debug MONO_LOG_MASK=asm set.
Here's the trace output with MONO_LOG_LEVEL=debug MONO_LOG_MASK=asm set while running NuGet.exe under Mono 2.11.0.
How can I reproduce the issue?
Download the NuGet command-line bootstrapper if you haven't yet:
Once downloaded, extract and run the NuGet.exe under Mono 2.11.0. Trying to install any package will cause the issue, but you can use this:
mono --runtime=v4.0.30319 NuGet.exe install Mono.CSharp -o packages
I cannot reproduce it on linux
1. Installed the certificates (mozroots --import --ask-remove)
2. downloaded NuGet
3. Self upgrade to version 1.7.30402.9028
4. mono NuGet.exe install Mono.CSharp
Successfully installed 'Mono.CSharp 4.0'.
Could this be OS specific? I'm on OS X 10.7.
Hi Marek - I recently revisited this issue with Mono 3.0.1 and everything seems to work. However, if I compile Mono off the master branch, I still receive the same issue. Is there something extra I need to do, besides:
./autogen.sh --prefix=DIR --with-glib=embedded --enable-nls=no
# imported certificates as well
mozroots --import --ask-remove
I'm also setting up the parallel environment using the instructions from here and yes, I fixed the typo with :
Here's also a twitter thread with another user having the same issue:
Wondering since the packaged version is working if there's an extra step that I'm not doing after compilation. I'm more than happy to troubleshoot this for you, but I'm not sure where to start. I appreciate any help you can give to get this issue resolved.
err* "I fixed the typo with :" should be "I fixed the typo with DYLD_LIBRARY_FALLBACK_PATH to DYLD_FALLBACK_LIBRARY_PATH".
NuGet should work now. Please reopen this bug if you still have issues.