[Mono-list] ASP.NET C# development on Mac ?
andrei at dragonflame.org
Thu Dec 10 03:42:45 EST 2009
Hey Cygon and thanks a lot for the reply.
I will try it with xsp alone right now but I was wondering about mod_mono
(this solution would fit me better since I am running Apache anyway), where
do I get it? I couldn't find it in the mono installation and on the website
it sends me to the download page, but there I can only get Mono as a whole,
Also, do you know how to default the xsp port to 8080? (I have Apache on 80
and I need that intact).
Thanks a lot for your help, you're a life saver
> On 10.12.2009 08:15, Austerus wrote:
>> I am fairly new to the world of Mac and a complete n00b regarding Mono,
>> although I have been a fairly successful developer with ASP in Windows. I
>> would like to continue developing on Mac and for this I've downloaded and
>> installed Mono as well as the Mono IDE.
>> However, I haven't managed to setup a webserver for my ASP pages. Does
>> include something like this? Can anyone point me to resources that would
>> help me setup a development environment for ASP.NET with Mono?
> Mono comes with xsp, a stand-alone ASP.NET web server you can use for
> testing. Running it is as simple as running the 'xsp' executable in the
> directory your ASP.NET website is in (or using 'xsp --root <folder>').
> I have used Apache + mod_mono in the past to host my blog (running
> BlogEngine.NET). This is the Apache configuration I used to run it:
> http://pastebin.com/f5264c981. Probably the paths look a bit different
> on a Mac.
>> More details about what I have: Snow Leopard and Mono installed somewhere
>> the Library/Frameworks folder
>> Any guides will be much appreciated, thanks!
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