I run an an amd64 system with SYMLINK_LIB="no" make.conf. This is a profile variable which controls if /usr/lib is set up as a symlink to /usr/lib64 as a compatibility kludge.
On my system, the .NET assemblies for gtk-sharp-gapi get installed in /usr/lib64/gtk-sharp-2.0, but the wrappers refer to /usr/lib/gtk-sharp-2.0.
This results in errors like this:
floppym@naomi ~ % /usr/bin/gapi2-codegen
Cannot open assembly '/usr/lib/gtk-sharp-2.0/gapi_codegen.exe': No such file or directory.
The wrappers should be adjusted to refer to /usr/lib64, or the assemblies should be installed in /usr/lib.
Created attachment 376734 [details]
Example failing build log (for pango-sharp)
My preference is that all .NET assemblies end up in /usr/lib, as they are truly 32-bit anyway, not 64-bit.
# Michał Górny <firstname.lastname@example.org> (05 Jun 2017)
# Mask split *-sharp packages for removal. Replaced by combined:
# - >=dev-dotnet/gtk-sharp-2.12.21,
# - >=dev-dotnet/gnome-sharp-2.24.2-r1.
# Removal in 14 days.
Author: Michał Górny <email@example.com>
AuthorDate: Wed Jul 5 16:00:06 2017
Commit: Michał Górny <firstname.lastname@example.org>
CommitDate: Wed Jul 5 16:05:44 2017
dev-dotnet/gtk-sharp-gapi: Remove last-rited pkg