.NET for freebsd
phayze at secureroot.org.uk
Tue Jan 28 13:14:46 GMT 2003
On Tue, 28 Jan 2003 12:57:41 -0000
"Paul Robinson" <paul at iconoplex.co.uk> wrote:
> > On Tue, 28 Jan 2003 11:57:44 -0000 "Robin Garbutt"
> > <rob at portfoliodesign.net> wrote:
> > > is the .NET framework widely available for freebsd yet? If so,
> > where could
> > > I get it from?
> > .NET for freebsd? jesus... the world is comming to an end...
> As much as I hate their OSes and their business strategy, Microsoft has
> produced a blinder with .NET - it quite frankly, kicks arse. It's the best
> framework for application development I've ever seen. You can write you code
> in C# and I can write mine in ASP.NET and they will transparently be able to
> talk to each other, share objects, methods, the whole shebang. Microsoft
> have stated they will permit porting over to FreeBSD, and I think there are
> rumours of official support further down the line, but they aren't taking it
> to any other Unix.
> I would honestly reccomend looking into it. It makes everything we have over
> in unix land look positively ridiculous and ancient. It certainly makes a
> laughing stock out of many J2EE vendor offerings.
you`re right, the mono project is avail for freebsd, /usr/ports/*/mono
also GNU is developing .net fmwrk for .NET. according to our latest test, it works okay, but it`s still not ready for productional systems. (mono i mean). also AFAIK nowdays lotsa companies are developing their own .net compiler/fmwrk.
Basically with .NET you get all the collaboration between apps/db/web/whatsoever.
is this the replacement for java? i suppose yes;)
Lou Kamenov lou at freebsd-bg.org lou.k at secureroot.org.uk
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