# Wednesday, 30 June 2004
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Mono 1.0

Congratulations to the Mono team with the release of 1.0!

Wednesday, 30 June 2004 19:03:12 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)  #    Comments [2] Tracked by:
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Tuesday, 06 July 2004 17:55:17 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)
Interesting error from 0.8.0:

caught: System.InvalidOperationException, handler: System.Exception
System.InvalidOperationException: remapping method: printStackTrace(Ljava.lang.Throwable;Ljava.lang.Object;)V not found
at RemappedTypeWrapper.LoadRemappings(Class classMap)
at ClassLoaderWrapper.LoadRemappedTypesStep2()
at ClassLoaderWrapper.GetBootstrapClassLoader()
at ClassLoaderWrapper.GetWrapperFromType(Type type)
at NativeCode.java.lang.VMClass.getClassFromType(Type type)
at java.security.Permissions.add(Permission perm)
at java.lang.Class..cctor()

Unhandled Exception: java.lang.ExceptionInInitializerError

It's possible that this is coming from a call to printStackTrace - I do have such calls in the code I was running. But as far as I know there isn't an overload that takes a Throwable and an Object. All my calls pass either no arguments, a PrintStream or a PrintWriter. The latter two only occur in one place each: in my own Exception subclass which overrides each of the printStackTrace methods to print the stack trace of a different exception (a simple homegrown equivalent to initCause() before it was part of the platform).

Any ideas as to what could be causing this or what I should look for in my code to produce a reduced testcase?
Stuart
Wednesday, 07 July 2004 14:47:40 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)
For anybody reading these comments and wondering about the resolution to that problem, it turned out that I had a copy of the old, pre-renaming IKVM DLLs sitting in the same directory as the application I was trying to run.

Everything works fine once I remove those :)
Stuart
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