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Yes, another JohtoMap thread.
Brought on by the recent discussion of portable programs, I’ve been trying to run JohtoMap (written in C#) on Unix with Mono. Unfortunately, running the program directly (with “mono JohtoMap.exe”) doesn’t show the desired output:
So I thought I’d try compiling it instead. I’ve never worked with C# or mono before, though, and don’t know the procedure. It looks like gmcs is the compiler, so I tried it:
$ gmcs Program.cs -pkg:dotnet Program.cs(21,31): error CS0246: The type or namespace name `Form1' could not be found. Are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference? Program.cs(22,31): error CS0246: The type or namespace name `GBHL' could not be found. Are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference? Compilation failed: 2 error(s), 0 warnings
The first seems to be related to WinForms; maybe I don’t have it installed (?) or Mono’s support for it is not complete.
The second is related to GBHL, a dll that Lin made:
Q: What is GBHL.DLL?
A: A DLL I made to make my ROM hacking life a lot easier. You need it to run JohtoMap.
I don’t know if it’s open‐source, or how to “load” the DLL so it doesn’t give that error.
More to come, should I figure anything out.
I hate to bump this, but is it still an issue? I could recompile JohtoMap using Mono if you'd like.