From: STEVENS Tom -NUCLEAR <tom.stevens@op...> - 2010-10-07 16:00:00
For several years, we have been using CSGL in a C# application without incident on a Windows XP system. Recently, I was asked to get the application working on a Windows Server 2008 system and got "The type initialize for CSGL.OSLib threw an exception."
I am not sure of the cause. I note the following:
* The server in question has C:\Winows\System32\opengl32.dll installed - but I don't know what version of OpenGL that is. The date on it is 1/19/2008; so it may be more recent than version 1.4 which I understand was used with the CSGL build we have used. Most of what I can find about CSGL predates that.
* I don't know whether the version of NetFramwork used matters. The documentation says one needs .Net Framework - but I don't know if version 1.4.1 is hard-wired into your build. (Netframe 1.4.1 was present on the computers where the application worked before.) I have been told that Netframe 1.4 is not available for a Windows 2008 server.
I have toyed with the idea of creating a special build of CSGL on the new server - but would like to know before I do whether that is needed (the point) and whether it is likely to succeed if I follow your instructions on the gcc and GNU make using MinGW. As you may gather, this kind of development is unfamiliar to me.
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