[Mono-list] ASP

Patrik Torstensson totte@labs2.com
Sun, 10 Feb 2002 23:52:31 +0100

But the java design model doesn't fit to good with the C# framework design. I think we should go with the ASP.Net and IIS design model, we only make it fit perfectly to other hosts also. 
My goal is to give other platforms the ASP.Net support, including all page directives and likewise. I looking forward to be able to run my ASP.Net apps on Solaris or any OS that our customers want to use. 
The only reason why I want to implement a webserver is to support SOAP and HTTP/XML in normal apps and the best way to go is to support the same infrastructure as the high end server part like Apache. Therefore I think we should keep the webserver simple.
I will post my server in a few days and you will see what I mean.
-----Original Message----- 
From: Martin Coxall [mailto:coxall@cream.org] 
Sent: Sun 2002-02-10 18:13 
To: mono-list@ximian.com 
Subject: RE: [Mono-list] ASP

	> My request is to first get an API defined for how the Web Server class
	> would be defined/launched from the .NET universe, post that to the list,
	> and do a few iterations over it before we implement.
	Look at Tomcat. The Jakarta people have worked all this stuff out
	already. We only have to copy them.
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