SV: SV: [Mono-list] Web: Apache v/s IIS
Thu, 27 Dec 2001 15:31:01 +0100
It depends how you look at it, they have put done time to do a abstraction that doesn't work. I would call that fatal for me, of course for Microsoft and the ASP.NET team it works perfectly but I call that a fatal architecture misstake.
I can explain it in more detail if you want to know but they have gone a long way to make the framework reusable.
FrÃ¥n: Fergus Henderson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Skickat: ti 2001-12-25 15:38
Till: Patrik Torstensson
Ã„mne: Re: SV: [Mono-list] Web: Apache v/s IIS
On 22-Dec-2001, Patrik Torstensson <email@example.com> wrote:
> Microsoft did do a fatal error in there implementation of Http framework
Technically, a "fatal" error is one that will cause the death of the entity
(e.g. person, process, company, etc.) which made the error.
I find it very unlikey that any particular error in the implementation of the
Http framework would be a fatal error for Microsoft ;-)
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