I am trying to decide what stack to use for a new web based backoffice
system. We develop in C# and are going to use ServiceStack and/or ASP.NET
MVC. Our customer prefers hosting on a Linux server, so this rules out MVC4
as this is not supported by Mono.
Additionally we are worried
about the state of the mono-fastcgi-server needed to run ASP.NET on Mono
because of posts like this ht
I have a main C# executable that can be compiled using Mono c# compiler,
but the exe uses dll's which uses P/Invoke and other mono unsupported
methods so I cannot compile this dll to Mono. Is there any way use these
Dll's with Ahead of Time Compiled Mono Executable?
I'm having WCF Client with basicHTTPBinding. That is working fine when
running in Windows. but when running from Mono (Debian 184.108.40.206-5, Mono JIT
compiler version 220.127.116.11) I immmediately get a timeout.
Unhandled Exception: System.TimeoutException: The operation has
Let say I started a C# project under Windows (Visual Studio 2008) and I
want to switch to Mono. Do I have to recompile all the dependencies my
project uses, e.g., NHibernate and every single external dependency that
comes along ?
Note 1: The reason I asked this question is that
I built a project with MonoDevelop on Ubuntu 9.10 and everything went like
a charm but when I tried to deb
I am surprised to observe that mono is faster than .NET. Does anyone
know why is it so? I was expecting mono to be slower than .NET but wasnt
the case atleast with my experiments.
I have a windows xp
laptop with .NET framework. I am running CentOS on vmware vmplayer on top
of windows xp. I wanted to try mono. So grabbed the Mono 2.6.1 sources and
installed it on CentOS in vmplayer.
I am using "Mono Tools for Visual Studio - 2.8". When I am creating
Package of mono it requires 'mono.exe' but it does not exist on my system.
How can I get mono.exe OR there is any other way to make Package for the
I want to run my windows application on Linux and