[Mono-dev] Mono and WCF support
atsushieno at veritas-vos-liberabit.com
Wed Oct 13 04:39:11 EDT 2010
On 2010/10/10 18:33, Chakotey STME wrote:
> thanks for your answer.
> But I don't know in which version wcf is implemented in mono.
> Is it for example implemented in mono 2.4 or only in 2.6 and 2.8?
You cannot identify which version of mono implements WCF as it is too
huge to have implemented within a single version.
> and I am looking for an overview in which mono version which wcf
> functionality is.
> is there such an overview?
> 2010/10/8 Atsushi Eno<atsushieno at veritas-vos-liberabit.com>:
>> As the immediately next sentense to "Nowadays WCF is part of the core
>> Mono." mentions, historically it used to be in different module (olive).
>> Atsushi Eno
>> On 2010/10/09 3:27, Chakotey STME wrote:
>>> Hi mailing list,
>>> I have a question about the wcf support in mono.
>>> at http://www.mono-project.com/Roadmap I get the information that in
>>> mono 2.6 there is wcf support.
>>> and here (http://www.mono-project.com/WCF) I get the information that
>>> "Nowadays WCF is part of the core Mono."
>>> And I have to know what nowadays means.
>>> Is there wcf support in mono 2.4 for example?
>>> And is there an overview which parts of the wcf is supported by mono
>>> in which version?
>>> I hope you can answer my questions.
>>> Mono-devel-list mailing list
>>> Mono-devel-list at lists.ximian.com
Though, I can describe a rough history:
- At mono 2.4, we had very primitive HTTP client and service working.
was a lot of fragment of code such as TCP binding that partially worked.
- At mono 2.6, it had polished code that served moonlight's HTTP client
scenarios, as well as improved HTTP service and several non-WS-*
as NetTcp and NetPeer. Though they needed significant amount of bugfixes.
WebHttpBinding was also there.
- At mono 2.8, stability on lots of non-WS-* stack are in, as well as
some new stuff
such as WCF Routing. Actually WS-Security has been improved too,
though I was
stuck at .NET's hidden WS-Trust implementation (sslnego/spnego).
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