I recognize that this is a Microsoft forum, so I apologize if this question is out of place.
I recently downloaded gpcp-1.3.3-JVM from http://plas.fit.qut.edu.au/gpcp/Downloads.aspx for use on my Mac. That download did not come with a version of RTS.dll.
Because I have Mono running on my Mac, I wanted to use my JVM-based GPCP compiler to build for Mono. I can compile using "cprun gpcp --target=net" and assemble with "ilasm" that comes with Mono, but to run the programs I need RTS.dll.
I've pulled the RTS.dll from the version 1.3.11 of the GPCP distribution here, and things seem to work. But I noticed that the symbol file RTS.cps and the "source file" RTS.cp differ between the 1.3.11 here and the older 1.3.3-JVM version
Are there any incompatibilities I should be aware of if I use the 1.3.11 RTS.dll with the older 1.3.3 compiler? Or should I wait for a newer version of the JVM-based version of GPCP?
I've had some problems running the 1.3.11 GPCP compiler under Mono, so that's not an option.