[Mono-list] Mono compatibility with .Net

Stifu stifu at free.fr
Mon May 9 13:48:25 EDT 2011

You can't work with Mono and happily assume it's just going to work with
.NET, or vice versa. You'll need to test your stuff no matter what.
Just saying that in case you planned to blindly publish something you didn't
test with .NET.

Otherwise, yes, you can go for that plan.

- Develop ASP.NET site with Mono on Mac
- Publish site on test server running with .NET
- Check the site is fine then publish on production server

TheVegan wrote:
> My firm is switching our Intranet to .Net from classic ASP (we have a huge
> site so the decision has been a long-time coming).
> I currently work on a VM of a windows machine on my MacBook Pro. I would
> like to change this.
> If my firm is running .Net for the Intranet and I am on Mono on my Mac,
> will I have issues with the applications I develop or upgrading existing
> applications?
> I am a complete newbie to the structure side of web programming, I have
> always had IT or more senior colleagues who have dealt with this, so my
> knowledge is embarrassingly low on the subject.
> Any insight is appreciated.
> Thanks.
> G

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