[Mono-list] Mono fitness for ircd project
Mon, 3 Jun 2002 12:26:44 -0700
Not sure what kind of traffic your ircd needs to support, but C# likely
won't keep up with anything high volume. I tried at one point to write
an irc services daemon using Java and it didn't work out very well.
FYI, I am a pretty competent irc programmer having worked on ircu
(http://www.efnet.org/software/services/hybserv/), and was the founding
programmer of GamesNET Services (http://www.gamesnet.net/services.php).
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> Subject: [Mono-list] Mono fitness for ircd project
> Dear all,
> Having just subscribed to this list I am not sure if this is the right
> place to ask or not, but lacking any alternatives I'll ask my
> in here anyways. Please do not scold too loudly at me if these
> are completely out of place.
> I have been looking into .NET for work purposes. As I'm a *nix man by
> heart, I naturally came across Mono. It seemed like a good idea for me
> get some experience with C# by developing an application using the
> One of my interests is IRC and as such I'm looking into developing an
> daemon. I figure that I need for this could objects to open and use
> sockets, a way of efficiently using regular expressions and string
> functions as well as get somewhat decent performance out of it. Now my
> question is, does Mono (currently) have the tools needed for such a
> project? Would you recommend the use of C# for such a project? If not,
> why not?
> I realise that by asking this list I'll get somewhat biased answers
> I'm interested in your opinions on it.
> Kind regards,
> Remco Rijnders
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