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meson: support signing and installing
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Authored by bu5hm4n on Tue, Jan 8, 7:27 AM.



when a .dll file is signed, it can be installed using gac which means no
MONOPATH is not needed anymore. And the efl_mono library can be used by
a c# IDE like monodevelop.

Note: after the keyoption is used, the .dll will *not* be installed in
the normal /usr/share/lib directory.

In order to create a key you should be using the cli tool 'sn', further
instructions can be found at:

The resulting workflow for getting a signed dll installed in the gac is:

sn -k efl-key.key

meson [...] -Defl-sharp-key-file=./efl-key.key
ninja all
ninja install

in the c# application:

mcs [...] `pkgconfig --libs efl_mono`


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bu5hm4n created this revision.Tue, Jan 8, 7:27 AM

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segfaultxavi added a comment.EditedTue, Jan 8, 9:22 AM

It would be nice to provide some usage instructions in the task.
I understand this patch adds a meson option, which points to a file, but I do not know what file should I use.
Also, once installed in the GAC, how do I use the dll? No more pkg-config I guess?

Also, calling a dll a he is extremely sexist and offends me.

bu5hm4n updated this revision to Diff 18333.Thu, Jan 10, 8:38 AM
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