monoman at gmail.com
Fri Nov 19 14:06:58 EST 2004
You told me to ask you the hard questions in public, so be it:
How far is NHost from becoming a real AppServer?
When will it provide support for distributed object/relational transactions?
Also can we make it be able to support scaling out, with load balancing?
Container managed persistence and/or transparent prevalence, would
also be delightfull to have...
Well these are the big ones,
On Fri, 19 Nov 2004 14:24:18 -0300 (ART), Everaldo Canuto
<everaldo_canuto at yahoo.com.br> wrote:
> I have a project NHost that works on Linux/Mono, nHost
> is .NET remoting application hosting container.
> The project has renamed from ARS to NHost and waiting
> for SourceForge aproval. If you like to look at ARS
> NHost work under Linux as Service or Console
> Application and Run on Linux as Cosole applicarion but
> I work to NHost runs as Linux Service. On the next two
> days (after SourceForge aproval) I create a Home Page
> and documentation.
> Please, consider the use of NHost! And send me your
> coments :)
> Everaldo Canuto
> everaldo_canuto at yahoo.com.br
> --- Miguel de Icaza <miguel at ximian.com> escreveu:
> > Hello,
> > > The question is:
> > > would anyone mind if I use V 0.2
> > > and commit over the changes currently in cvs.
> > > If they do mind can whoever broke the app
> > please
> > > fix it.
> > The code on CVS might have just bitrot.
> > But feel free to post patches to fix it, we would
> > love to get them.
> > Miguel.
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Rafael "Monoman" Teixeira
Just the 'crazy' me in a sane world, or would it be the reverse? I dunno...
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