[Mono-osx] Getting Started - ASP.NET

ShaunTolley shaun.tolley at googlemail.com
Tue Aug 26 03:50:55 EDT 2008


Relative newbie to Mac here, complete newbie to Mono but 4+ years experience
of ASP.NET on Windows. I'm having a problem getting things up and running.

I've got the framework installed and have a simple ASP.NET page ('<asp:Label
text="Hello World!" runat="server" />') but when I go to
http://localhost/TestPage.aspx I get the asp.net code displayed rather than
"Hello World!".

I know I can open the page with MonoDevelop, click build/run and then run
http://localhost:8080/TestPage.aspx which works fine but the link no longer
works when I close MonoDevelop. From this, I'm assuming that MonoDevelop
initiates a virtual server on port 8080 and in some way starts the service.

So, is there a way of starting the service without running MonoDevelop so
that I can just create files with any old text editor then run them using
any old browser... much in the same way that I would natively on a Windows

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