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Is there a module for apache (2.0 prefereably) that allows the usage of .NET authored pages? (.aspx, .ascx, etc..) If so, does it allow the use of CodeBehind or must ...
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    Apache .NET mod?


    Is there a module for apache (2.0 prefereably) that allows the usage of .NET authored pages? (.aspx, .ascx, etc..) If so, does it allow the use of CodeBehind or must the asp.net code be embedded in the .aspx page, like original ASP code? (im assuming it is the later)

    Any info is appreciated. Thanks in advance guys.

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    I havent heard anything like this before.

    I did have a quick google and couldnt find anything either.

    AFAIK it is not possible.

    Jason

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    Actually, to my surprise, and ultimately yours as well, i found one!

    http://www.go-mono.com/

    "Ximian announced the launch of the Mono project, an effort to create an open source implementation of the .NET Development Framework.

    Mono includes: a compiler for the C# language, a runtime for the Common Language Infrastructure (also referred as the CLR) and a set of class libraries. The runtime can be embedded into your application.

    Mono has implementations of both ADO.NET and ASP.NET as part of its distribution. "


    Aparently it does exist, I'll give it a shot soon and let you guys know how it is, as I am a an avid .NET supporter

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