[Mono-list] ASP

Patrik Torstensson totte@labs2.com
Wed, 6 Feb 2002 14:16:25 +0100

Hi all,
We have done this for one of our test products, I can see if we can't commit this to Mono. It includes a web server, SOAP Parser (with delegates) and a number of other functions.
- Patrik

	-----Original Message----- 
	From: Gaurav Vaish [mailto:gvaish@iitk.ac.in] 
	Sent: Wed 2002-02-06 12:34 
	To: Gregory Hermann; mono-list@ximian.com; Miguel de Icaza 
	Subject: Re: [Mono-list] ASP

	----- Original Message -----
	From: "Gregory Hermann" <gregoryhermann@yahoo.com>
	To: <mono-list@ximian.com>
	Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2002 12:02
	Subject: [Mono-list] ASP
	: (Sorry if resent, pasted a bit hokey into yahoo)
	: I was wondering if there's any intention to bring a
	: ASP+ runtime to Mono running under/for apache. I'd be
	: very interested in this, given the current
	: alternatives.
	    It's really interesting to see this. What a co-incidence that Miguel and
	myself were just discussing to make a small webserver to serve as test-bed for
	my WebControls area and also that we can come up with a mono-module for apache
	sometime later (soon).
	    I am not sure whether you mean to interfere with the Runtime libraries or to
	come up with some server. If your intentions are to design a webserver, this
	would of utmost importance to us, at least me. ;-)
	    May be the following snip from our discussion provide you a bias.
	The reason that I am interested in having a standalone server, is that I would
	personally like to be able to have an application just be able to do:
	WebServer.Listen ("/myprefix", 80, new MyHttpHanlder ());
	Imagine that an application could just be able to "register" an end-point that
	you can communicate with.  A spreadsheet could do:
	Url url = SoapServer.Listen (GetUniqueListener (), new MyHttpHandlder());
	Console.WriteLine ("App listening on: " + url.ToString ());
	Gaurav Vaish
	: Thanks!
	: -
	: Greg
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