[Mono-aspnet-list] Porting Website with Codebehinds
malcolm.justin at gmail.com
Wed Jan 19 13:15:34 EST 2011
Mono itself support both 'Web site' and 'Web project' well.
The issue is that MonoDevelop does not support 'Web site'.
Of course, you do not need to use MonoDevelop to develop your project. My
first Mono site was built using 'Web site' on Web Developer Express years
It seems to be a common misconception that you need to use MonoDevelop to
develop Mono apps. MonoDevelop is just a .NET IDE that runs on Linux, OS X,
and Windows. You can develop for .NET without using MonoDevelop at all
Similarly, you can develop using any other .NET IDE and then deploy the
results on Mono anywhere that Mono runs.
It is ideal to develop and test on the platform on which you will deploy of
course but the fact that MonoDevelop does not support 'Web site' does not
stop you from using Mono.
On 19 January 2011 06:54, JZ <jeff at odyl.net> wrote:
> I'm in the process of evaluating Mono for my job -- We'd love to break the
> shackles Windows has on us right now! To that end, I've managed to get our
> framework building and passing tests on Linux, which is a step in the right
> direction for sure.
> Unfortunately, our two websites are of the 'Web site' vs 'Web project'
> I'm not sure what the exact term is, but the websites don't have .csproj
> files, and are compiled 'on the fly', both the .aspx and .aspx.cs files sit
> on our webserver and are updateable.
> It's my understanding that Mono doesn't support this type of web project.
> I'm willing to lose the 'on the fly' and 'updatable' nature of the sites,
> problem -- but if at all possible I'd like to avoid converting these sites
> to .csproj web projects. I'd like to leave the current workflow as
> undisturbed as possible for the developers working on Windows/VS. I'm
> willing to put it work to create a mono-specific (I'll write Makefiles
> my eyes bleed if that's what it comes down to) build process if it's
> possible to make the sites work with no changes (prior to Mono build at
> I'd appreciate any tips or pointers in the right direction, thanks!
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