[Mono-dev] Mono and ASP.NET vNext
mzabani at gmail.com
Wed May 14 15:29:25 UTC 2014
Wow! This is such great news!!
As for running Owin applications with Unix HTTP servers, I've
developed Fos<http://github.com/mzabani/Fos> on
a very permissive license and a focus on good documentation and running
with Mono on *nix. I would very much love getting contributions on this,
because my spare time is running lower these days.
Hope it helps,
On Wed, May 14, 2014 at 12:44 AM, Miguel de Icaza <miguel at xamarin.com>wrote:
> Hello guys!
> Microsoft has open sourced ASP.NET vNext:
> This is an entire new web stack that only needs the core of Mono (does not
> even use System.Web.dll!).
> So these are of course great news, because (a) The core Mono has been in
> active development, and (b) that means that Mono's on the server can be
> used without all those pesky limitations that have been plaguing us for
> So we ran into a couple of limitations in Mono: some classes that they
> need are not implemented (I filed a bug, and a couple of Xamarin folks
> decided to take on that on their copious spare time) and we have a couple
> of bugs on FileSystemWatcher on OSX.
> But this is a great time to:
> - Get involved with the github.com/aspnet project and submit
> contributions that will make the software run on Unix.
> - Look into technologies like Owin and Katana (sp?) and help us have a
> story that plugs into Unix HTTP servers (the equivalent of our bridge
> between Apache and mono: mod_mono, or our Fast CGI bridge to mono).
> - Take Mono's new profiling tools and performance counters for a spin
> and help us fine tune the runtime to run .NET code faster on Unix than you
> can on Windows. While this is a tall order, my friend David Miller would
> expect nothing less from us.
> Hugs and love,
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