Created attachment 430101 [details]
fix msbuild support
Based on a bug in Mono 2.6 Pinta cannot be built.
Patch is attached and from https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=485841
Unfortunately it will take a little bit longer to provide a new mono package since it looks like that we can't rebuild the mono core package for now in rawhide (or F13)... (the mono compiler gets stuck on x86_64 - see https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=2302421 )
In Rawhide mono was updated to a pre-release of upcoming 2.6.7 - please can you try, whether this would also fix the problem?
This is fixed with 2.6.7. Thanks a lot.
Will this also be made available for F13?
I'm not sure on how to clode this correctly, so I let this for you.
In general yes: either we'll find a away to re-compile mono also for F13 (the real problem seems to be the kernel of some build machines running RHEL 6) or if not I assume we'll update to mono 2.6.7 in F13 after it was officially released.
Ping? Any update here?
I'm trying to update mono to 2.6.7 in F13, too. Unfortunately there is a very strange build problem which causes some trouble - on some of the build machines the build just gets stuck during compilation of the mono binaries (only on x86_64, issue can't be reproduced outside of the build machines etc... see https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=2438590 ).
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