[Mono-aspnet-list] compile Masterpage's masterpage
chris at nabor.com
Mon Mar 31 15:29:45 UTC 2014
Thank you for trying that test case out. That's monoDevelop though, an IDE.
IDEs almost always go throughout the entire application and compile the
entire source before it runs. Just at VS does.
I never said that monoDevelop was unable to run it, since the internet
doesn't download the source of a site and compile it locally to read they
daily news, I'm referring specifically to mod_mono in a production
environment, once the source has been deployed to the Apache dir.
Could you move that source into an Apache dir, do NOT compile it via a
command line and then allow the browser to request the compile though Apache
and let mod_mono do the actual index.aspx (and it's dependencies)
The similarities of an IDE and a real-world case on a production server are
completely separate cases. IDEs typically do extra cross checking, complete
compiles, and various other things. The IDE drives how the system deals with
the code base. When we are not in the IDE, it's no longer controlling the
compile. Apache (or mod_mono) is now controlling the compile.
I'm sure that mono, as a pure compiler, _can_ compile the pages. The issue
is mod_mono, Apache, whatever is driving the compile on the production
instance and so mono (as a whole) not as a compiler is having difficulties.
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