Sorry, I still do not understand what to do with the dll, or the "asm.dll". Is it optional, to include the dll-file, or for what do I need the file?
Can you, or somebody give me an detailed explanation, to solve my problem, please?
Do you already have a compiled assembly? In order to use the instructions in this post, you need to have an assembly you've compiled with a C# compiler. The DLL file that you produce from the C# compiler is the compiled assembly (asm.dll). See the other stickied posts the Mono forum (http://forums.netdui.../forum/12-mono/) in particular, http://forums.netdui...duino-on-linux/ and http://forums.netdui...no-on-mac-os-x.
The first of those posts will tell you how to compile your code to an assembly on Linux, the second will tell you how to do it on Mac OS X.
When you have compiled your C# code to an assembly, you'll have a .dll file.
Specify that filename instead of asm.dll when you run MetaDataProcessor.