From: vicente.botet (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-04-01 15:47:52
From: "Jonathan Biggar" <jon_at_[hidden]>
Subject: [boost] CORBA iimplementation for Boost interest?
> 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
I think that a C++ CORBA implementation is a big deal. In addition a corba
implemenation is not very useful without a minimal set of CORBA services.
Are you mapping idl files to C++ using a generator?
Do you use the standard C++ mapping, or a mapping using more generic C++
Could you present your current implementation, OS, middleware, ...
Could you present a little bit your project, contents, architecture, ...
Do you have everything you need already in Boost?
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