[Mono-list] Is Mono appropriate for a GNU/Linux server application?

Abe Gillespie abe.gillespie at gmail.com
Sun Apr 11 22:00:26 EDT 2010

Implementing a Linux daemon is very simple using the .Net
System.ServiceProcess infrastructure and the Mono mono-service
wrapper.  Integrating into the Linux environment itself can probably
be done utilizing the Mono.Unix namespace ... but this I know much
less about.  http://www.go-mono.com/docs/index.aspx?link=N:Mono.Unix


On Sun, Apr 11, 2010 at 9:31 PM, DRobertR <DRobertR at wowway.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> Thanks for the link. I am indeed aware of those products, and will probably
> take a crack at getting Smith up and running. I suppose, like many
> programmers, I'm not happy with something unless I know exactly how it works
> and it works exactly like I want it to. I'll stop short of genetically
> engineering a cloned cow to get a glass of milk, but a project like the one
> I described still has the gears turning upstairs.
> Thanks for the reply,
> Dave
>> I only need a small subset of the complete CF functionality. Obviously, a
>> complete clone of the CF server would be a massive bite to swallow.
> Have you checked out any of the CF alternatives?
> http://blog.crankybit.com/coldfusion-alternatives/
> The above blog post mentions one completely free option and a couple of
> commercial products that have free editions.
> --
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