jdluzen at gmail.com
Sun Aug 23 22:33:30 EDT 2009
The most I've gotten it to run with is basically a Hello World, after
haphazardly translating the instructions from IIS to Apache/mod_mono.
I probably should have done it with XSP first... I sort of forgot
where those modded files are... :-/
But I think the main problem is that the more useful functions of PHP
(MySQL, etc.) are implemented in native plugins. Since MySQL is cross
platform, I would expect it to be one of the easier plugins to port
over to native Linux (if it's not available already), and then wrap
with the C#/PHP attribute decorating mechanism they have, but I
haven't looked into that part in depth. Also, I would love to be wrong
on this point.
>From browsing their forums a while ago, it seemed that a HowTo for
Apache/mod_mono does not exist...
That being said, Phalanger is freakin amazing. On Windows, I
downloaded some random PHP projects like a forum and a CMS and was
quite surprised when the install started up out of the box (I didn't
have MySQL setup to continue). I'm not entirely sure how to get a site
to run precompiled though.
Good luck, and please let us know your findings!
On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 6:08 AM, sirmak<irmakserdar at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there anyone using Phalanger (php impl. in .net) on mono in production ?
> And is there anyone using Phalanger with asp.net mvc with mono ?
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