[MonoDevelop] Debuging on Apache2 server

jhorrocks jameshorrocks at hotmail.com
Wed Mar 9 15:15:54 EST 2011

Coming from a windows environment developing with visual studio 2010, I can
set IIS to point to my local project web root (ie.. c:\project_name\web_ui).

I can then select project properties in visual studio and tell visual studio
to use a "Custome web server" 
(ie... subdomain.localsomething.com) which points to my local IIS server
root (as above) instead of the "Use visual studio dev server"  option. (and
of cause change my local host file and dns server)

This means that I am able to debug (if I open visual studio with
administrator rights) to debug on the IIS URL.

This is important for me during development phase to use an "almost" real
url as most of my projects are developed using subdomain.somedomain.com..... 

My question is..... is there a way to setup monodevelop to look at apache
instead of the default xsp debug server for the sub domains when I am

Sorry if this is a stupid question, but this is new to me and any help would
be greatly appreciated..


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