Mono 1.0.5 Release Notes
For detailed information about Mono, please see the Mono 1.0 release notes.
Mono 1.0.5 is a maintenance release release for the 1.0 series of the Mono runtime. The Mono 1.0.xx series is the edition of stable releases of the Mono runtime.
New In Mono 1.0.5
There are many bug fixes, optimizations and scalability fixes that have been backported from the Mono 1.1.xx releases, but in addition:
MonoDoc now includes the new MonkeyGuide from Shane, cleaned up and simplified.
Joshua updated the
monodocer tool, and by extension the documentation has been updated and improved for various classes.
Plenty of updated API documentation for Gtk# developers.
The only bad news is that currently the Gtk# tutorial is not shipped as it needs to be reviewed for correctness against Gtk# 1.0 (it was wrong in a few places).
The XSP server performance has been increased by supporting keep-alive connections. Despite being only a testing server, it was being used by a few sites.
Atsushi ported monodoc’s ASP.NET interface so it works on Windows now.
Monodoc now can convert the output of the C# compiler -doc switch into ECMA XML documentation, so you can browse it with monodoc (command line option –cs-to-ecma).
Endian fixes for Authenticode and NTLM (OSX, SPARC).
Fixed RC4 to work under MS FX 2.0 runtime (empty IV);
Fixed padding for keys that aren’t a multiple of 8 bits (e.g. a 1023 bits public key);
Added support for SSLv2 ClientHello message to allow FireFox, IE and wget to work with SslServerStream (Carlos, Sebastien);
Added key blinding (on by default) to RSAManaged to avoid possible timing attacks (Sebastien).
Dan improved Sqlsharp tool to load data providers from the Mono GAC, this is using the Mono.Data demultiplexor (ProviderFactory).
Installing Mono 1.0.5
Pre-compiled packages for SUSE 9, SUSE 9.1, Red Hat 9, SLES 8, Fedora Core 1, Fedora Core 2 and MacOS X are available from our web site from the download section. A Red Carpet Mono channel is also available on these platforms.
- Mono runtime.
- MCS (Mono C# compiler and classes).
- XSP web server.
- Apache module.
- Mono Documentation.
If you are installing from source code, there are a few optional dependencies that you will want to consider installing.
- icu 2.6.1 or later Optional: for supporting string collation.
- Cairo 0.1.23 Required to install libgdiplus.
Quick source code installation:
If we have no packages for your platform, installing from source code is very simple.
tar xzf mono-1.0.5.tar.gz cd mono-1.0.5 ./configure make install
Libgdiplus is an optional packages, you only need those if you intent to use System.Drawing or Windows.Forms.
tar xzf libgdiplus-1.0.5.tar.gz