[Mono-list] mono 2.4 on windows 2000 server MVC
robertj at gmx.net
Fri Aug 21 17:56:58 EDT 2009
I wonder why consultants are *always* misinterpreting customer's
The OP wants to run Mono + Apache under Win2k.
Abe Gillespie wrote:
> Sure. Need a consultant to help? ;)
> While MVC is officially fully supported on Mono, you will more than
> likely run into some Windows-to-Linux issues. Often these things boil
> down to file path casing issues (Linux being case sensitive, Windows
> not). To address casing issues you can put Mono in IO compatibility
> mode. But for production-level sites you'll want to eventually remove
> the problems from your codebase and avoid IO compatibility mode.
> Windows-to-Linux migration also assumes your app is written entirely
> in managed code. If you're calling COM objects or P/Invoking into a
> Windows APIs, then you'll have to find managed alternatives for these
> The last possible source of cross-platform issues is missing
> functionality in Mono. This is probably the least likely because Mono
> implements a ghastly amount of the .Net Framework, and furthermore,
> ASP.NET is very complete. I've personally never run into missing
> functionality in Mono. But you'll want to run the MoMA tool just to
> be sure. http://www.mono-project.com/MoMA
> On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 2:24 PM, ClearMind<michael at satterfield.org> wrote:
>> I have a web farm of windows 2k advanced servers.. I am trying to avoid
>> licensing fees for upgrading the servers to 2003 to use .net 3.5 MVC
>> Could i avoid upgrading the OS by installing mono 2.4 and use apache?
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