From: Martin Wille (mw8329_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-04-01 16:14:24
Martin Schulz wrote:
>> For the google summer of code 2008, I wish to build a Cross
>> Platform Remote Method Invocation Framework for C++ using Boost.Asio,
>> similar to Java's remote method invocation (RMI). I will provide some
>> definitions to create the proxy code.
> What does cross-platform mean here if you can only make boostified C++
> talk to boostified C++?
> Why invent the wheel all over again? Why not stick to some already
> existing solutions like Corba or such?
> Admittedly, the C++ language binding of Corba is just horrible nowadays
> and needs to be revisited. So in my eyes, it would be much more
> rewarding to work out a modern, boostified C++ language binding to an
> already existing RPC framework like Corba (or the like).
A reasonable C++ binding to CORBA would be awesome.
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