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?
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'm having WCF Client with basicHTTPBinding. That is working fine when
running in Windows. but when running from Mono (Debian 220.127.116.11-5, Mono JIT
compiler version 18.104.22.168) I immmediately get a timeout.
Unhandled Exception: System.TimeoutException: The operation has
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
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.