[IronPython] Q:ASP.NET developing with IPY.Deploying on IIS or Apache?
empirebuilder at gmail.com
Wed Jul 15 15:15:01 CEST 2009
1. There is nothing special to make it work on IIS. Simply download
run the example which contains all the web.config you need.2. We have been
using it extensively for the past 2 years on production. The latest version
is stable. There's no need to wait for .Net 4.0
3. It works on IIS 6.0 and 7.0 on Windows 2003 32/64 bit and Windows 2008
4. Not sure about the apache scenario.
On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 10:31 AM, Bernd Viehmann <bernd.viehmann at gmx.net>wrote:
> I have just finished reading the ASP.NET part in the book "IronPython in
> Action" which is excellent. I have played a little bit with it using Visual
> Studio and it ooks like IPY will make the job of developing ASP.NETwebsites much easier. But unfortunatly in the book is nothing about
> deploying the work to an IIS web-server. I think this should be fixed in the
> next version of the book, Micheal & Christian ;-) Even if it might be easy
> until now I am unable to get things running.
> So help me please:
> What must be done when taking the *.aspx.py productive? Can not find an
> config-tutorial in the web.
> Is IronPython stable enough to develop larger ASP.NET applications in
> Python? Is it recommended by Microsoft, or should we wait for .net 4.0?
> Can it be done on Server 2003 and what IIS version is needed?
> Can Apache on windows be used also with Mono? And Linux?
> A lot of questions, I know. So you don't have to answer all of them. I will
> be happy for every answer that comes :-)
> Bernd (on the border between Germany and Netherlands)
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