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RE: [DotGNU]DotGNU task list

From: Sarath B Nair
Subject: RE: [DotGNU]DotGNU task list
Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2002 12:24:16 +0530

Norbert Bollow [mailto:address@hidden wrote

>Let's say you have DotGNU SEE installed on your machine,
>and you want to access a webservice application somewhere.
>Then the remote webservice application can transmit to your SEE
>bytecode which implements a nice user interface.

I would wish to [optionally] run part of my process in the
webservice-providing machine. a scenario can be

Some server has got a lot of computing power and it hosts this generic
service. I have a ray tracing program(client) (that i wrote just now,
without the server knowing anything about it), that runs on my 486 machine,
but  uses resources from this very-powerful-webserver. Once the server is
done it sends my client, the processed information may be a png image or IL
to update the UI. Kind of this we do under X.

Or I can run my very-important-process in a cluster somewhere in the net.

It should be like
1. Server should make no assumption about the client except that it is
dotGNU compliant.
3. I should be able to code my program as i wish using C#(or something),
maybe at best separate processing from presentation layer.
4. I should not be able to crash the server :-)

its like saying run it on that machine over there, but show me this output

Is this possible?

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