I'm working on mod-mono for libapache2. I just recently added a feature that lets you pick between two different versions of the server, mod-mono-server and mod-mono-server2. They correspond to ASP.NET 1.1 and 2.0 respectively. The primary goal is to use one that is available, if I can find it, otherwise ask the user which one they want. Naturally, if US_MONO_SERVER=ask, it brings up the templated dialog. The main question is, is what I have for wording appropriate for a template, or am I missing something? It gets through lindian without a problem at this point, so I have at least the basics. Cheers, Dylan -- .config file fragment # Figure out which module we want to connect to USE_MONO_SERVER=none if [ -x /usr/bin/mod-mono-server ]; then USE_MONO_SERVER=mod-mono-server fi if [ -x /usr/bin/mod-mono-server2 ]; then if [ -x /usr/bin/mod-mono-server ]; then USE_MONO_SERVER=ask else USE_MONO_SERVER=mod-mono-server2 fi fi -- template file Template: libapache2-mod-mono/mono-server Type: select Choices: mod-mono-server, mod-mono-server2 _Description: Use mono-server: This module, libapache2-mod-mono, can be used with one of two different mono ASP backends. `mono-server' implements ASP 1.1 while `mono-server2' enables some, but not all, ASP 2.0 features.
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