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From Nathan Stott <nrst...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Windows service
Date Thu, 12 Nov 2009 17:49:16 GMT
.NET dependency in the windows world is definitely not bad imo.

On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 11:11 AM, Brunjes, Lee (lmb7s)
<lmb7s@virginia.edu>wrote:

> Hey everyone,
>
>  I was going to ask a quick opinion question to the team, I am a windows
> guy, and am running couchdb on win 2k8 server.
>
> I have taken a few minutes and hacked together a basic service in .net that
> move running the couch out of user land.  I found that on 2k8 the .net 3
> service ran better than the 2.0 service I started with so I am using that
> right now personally the code should work in either version of .net.
>
> Essentially I run a service that executes the .bat file that Mark Hammond
> wrote. It is at present neither pretty to install or tied to a gui of any
> type
>
> I wanted to discuss two things
>        first is any one else doing something similar?
>        And second would adding a .net dependency to things be a bad idea in
> the long term.
>
> In the environment I am using .net 3 is installed in the base image. I
> talked to Mark Hammond about this a while ago, and he suggested switching
> from C# to C++ so I could use the same dependencies as openssl.
>
> I have not had any time to play with this really since then so prior to
> doing any more work I thought I would solicit opinions about the direction I
> should be go in.
>
> The source and all available here:
>
> http://people.virginia.edu/~lmb7s/couch/CouchDbStarter.zip<http://people.virginia.edu/%7Elmb7s/couch/CouchDbStarter.zip>
> Install instructions in the bin/Release directory if you want to try it
> out.
>
> -Lee
>
>
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