[MonoDevelop] Run MonoDevelop XSP2 on Windows (without Mono)
malcolm.justin at gmail.com
Thu Apr 22 11:29:37 EDT 2010
XSP2.EXE is available in the 'bin' directory when MonoDevelop is installed on
Windows. How do I run this from the command-line to get a web server for
If I just try to run it from the command-line I get the following:
Unhandled Exception: System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException
nvalid value for registry (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80040153
at System.AppDomain.SetupFusionStore(AppDomainSetup info)
at System.AppDomain.SetupDomain(Boolean allowRedirects, String path,
When I develop using MonoDevelop on Linux or OSX, I run two copies of XSP.
One is port 80 (unencrypted) and the other is port 443 (using SSL). I build
sites that run over http normally but where the code forces a switch to
https for certain pages.
Right now, I would have to install Mono on Windows just to run XSP in this
way. Since XSP is right there in the MonoDevelop install, it seems like I
should be able to run XSP over MS.NET.
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