Mono updated in Fink unstable

I’ve updated the Fink Mono packages, everything should be completely up-to-date now as far as Mono goes. If you see any problems with them at all, please let me know.

  • mono (1.1.7-1 to 1.1.8.3-1) – open-source .Net implementation

    updated to 1.1.8.3, environment cleanups

  • ecj (new package, 3.1) – the eclipse java compiler

  • boo (0.5.5.1651-1 to 0.5.6.1701-1) – .Net-based programming language

    updated to 0.5.6, now depends on gtksourceview-sharp 2.0, environment cleanups

  • ikvm (0.14.0.1-1 to 0.18.0.0-1) – .Net-based Java implementation

    updated to 0.18.0.0, environment cleanups

  • nant (0.85-0.rc3.1 to 0.85-1) – .Net build tool

    environment cleanups, updated to use mono in –debug mode

  • mono-tools (new package, 1.0) – miscellaneous mono-related tools

  • monodevelop (0.7-21 to 0.7-22) – .Net IDE

    updated to a 0.7 SVN snapshot, some dependency updates, and environment cleanups

  • monodoc (1.0.6-1 to 1.0.7-1) – documentation tools and browser

    updated to 1.0.7, environment cleanups

  • mono-xsp (1.0.9-1 to 1.0.9-2) – .Net-based web server

    environment cleanups

  • gtk-sharp (1.0.10-1 to 1.0.10-2) – .Net Gtk GUI interface (Gtk1)

    got rid of the auto* junk, environment cleanups

  • gtk-sharp2 (1.9.5-1 to 2.3.90-1) – .Net Gtk GUI interface (Gtk2)

    updated to 2.3.90, dep cleanups, environment cleanups, removed unnecessary patches

  • gecko-sharp (2.0-1 to 2.0-2) – .Net interface to the Mozilla gecko HTML engine

    minor dep changes, environment cleanups

  • gtksourceview-sharp (2.0-1 to 2.0-2) – .Net interface to the Gtk source viewing widget

    now depends on gtksourceview 1.2, environment cleanups

  • libgdiplus (1.1.7-1, 1.1.8-2) – .Net System.Drawing implementation

    updated to 1.1.8

All packages were updated to depend on mono 1.1.8.3 since it’s difficult to go back and test upgrades when everything was done en-masse.

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