From: vicente.botet (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-21 15:52:30
All these are good news.
Continue and let us knwo any major achievement on your development.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonathan Biggar" <jon_at_[hidden]>
Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 8:37 PM
Subject: Re: [boost] CORBA iimplementation for Boost interest?
> Here's a status report on my progress so far.
> Jonathan Biggar wrote:
>> So there appears to be some interest, and even more interest if it leads
>> to developing a new more modern C++ binding for CORBA. But having an
>> implementation of the current binding would be a huge start for that.
>> So on this basis, I plan to proceed. Here's my plan to boostify the ORB:
>> 1. Remove the dependency on ACE thread, sockets and event dispatch
>> classes and replacing them with the equivalents from boost.
> I now have a running ORB that only uses BOOST libraries. There's
> probably some code that needs restructuring, since I used the ACE
> Reactor pattern and have made pretty much the minimal changes to use
> Boost.asio's Proactor pattern instead. So the code isn't quite as neat
> as I'd like. But that refactoring can wait until later.
>> 2. Boostify the source code per the documented boost guidelines.
>> This includes:
>> a. Reorganizing the source directories
>> b. changing header & source files to use boost standards for
>> license, include paths, macros, etc
> I've done most of this, but I have a few more TODOs on my list.
>> c. making the project compile with bjam
> This is my next major task.
> Jon Biggar
> Floorboard Software
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