[MonoDevelop] Monodevelop and Asp.net Views
Levi Bard <email@example.com>
Mon, 13 Dec 2004 15:12:52 -0500
On Mon, 13 Dec 2004 19:24:03 +0000, Alexandre Gomes
> I see that there is a big discussion about this...
> Here is the why:
> While we can only develop gtk addins to MD, there can be places where we
> need to use ASP.Net. The start-page is just an example. Some
> configuration pages, pads, maybe views, would be better developed if
> there where in ASP.NET.
> The problem is that there is no way to inherit a Page from a
> MonoDevelopAddin, even if we inherit it, the problem is to connect to
> the MD instance.
> After all don't forget that there could be an IWebAddin that depends on
> XSP or a MD version or XSP. This way MD do not depend on XSP. While the
> users of that addins would.
I strongly disagree. The main point of putting something in asp.net
is so that you can have more power with web-based code, but using
asp.net locally is silly and backward and requires a lot of overhead -
it's like using jsp and servlets in a java ide instead of just using
java application code.