[Mono-list] Mono as a Server Platform

Jaroslaw Kowalski jarek@atm.com.pl
Thu, 30 May 2002 21:42:39 +0200 (CEST)

That's a good idea. I'd also like a list of classes that are actually
stubs or only partially usable (like XmlDocument and its XPath
functionality). This way you could predict the chance of getting your apps
to run on mono?


On Thu, 30 May 2002, Charles Wiltgen wrote:

> code wrote...
> > Could anyone tell me how far mono is to be a server platform? It need not
> > to have GUI, but database support, network, remoting services, XML, and other
> > stuff required by a server platform. I don't know if I could use it now, or
> > have to wait for several month, or a year?
> Random thought:  Maybe it would be useful to have a couple high-level,
> automatically-generated, "percent to goal" thermometers on the progress
> pages, say one for Windows Forms apps and one for server/CLI apps?
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