From: David Rodríguez Ibeas (dibeas_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-04-01 15:25:45
I was considering (but lacking time to do it yet) implementing a library
wrapper over existing CORBA implementations. Basically trying to get CORBA
to a more C++-friendly interface. I don't know if creating a new
implementation will be worth the time spent on it, but if you get to do it,
I'll be more than willing to collaborate.
Considering the interest placed lately in JSON and other Serialization
backends, a CORBA backend might be of interest to GSoC students and could be
useful for the implementation.
On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 5:49 PM, Jonathan Biggar <jon_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I've been working on a C++ CORBA implementation for a long time. I've
> considered making it open source in the past, but I hadn't seen the
> exact niche for it to fill.
> Now that Boost 1.35 is out, including ASIO and the new Threads
> implementation, I'm considering retargeting my implementation to only
> use boost libraries for underlying services.
> I'd be quite happy to contribute my implementation to boost, if there's
> enough interest for me to proceed.
> So, what do you all think?
> Jon Biggar
> Floorboard Software
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