# Monday, 28 June 2004
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Release Candidate 1

I changed the version number on all assemblies (except for IKVM.GNU.Classpath) to 0.8.0.0 and tagged the cvs tree with v0_8_0_0 and put the files up on the SourceForge download site: Source and binaries or just binaries.

Unless any last minute showstopper bugs are found, this will be the version shipped with Mono 1.0.

Other changes:

  • IKVM.Runtime.dll, IKVM.GNU.Classpath.dll, IKVM.JNI.CLR-Win32.dll and IKVM.JNI.Mono.dll are now signed to enable putting them in the GAC.
  • Fixed java.lang.Object method invocation through ghost interface references.
  • Changed JNI provider loading to use LoadWithPartialName, to support loading the JNI provider from the GAC.
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Thursday, 15 July 2004 17:59:32 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)
I am developing a .net client that interacts with a java app. The java app relies on the javax.net libraries to run. The current version of IKVM appears to include an older version of GNU Classpath that does not include the javax.net stuff that I need. Any advice on how I should integrate the latest GNU Classpath libraries with IKVM to create a new IKVM.GNU.Classpath.dll?
Any help is appreciated.
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