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From Viacheslav N tararin <>
Subject Re: Questions about CORBA
Date Mon, 04 Jul 2005 06:31:34 GMT
Dain Sundstrom пишет:

> If it comes down to fixing OpenORB or writing our own ORB, I think 
> writing our own will be faster. OpenORB is quite difficult to 
> understand and was written before many modern concepts like IoC were 
> introduced. The biggest problem this the current OpenORB codebase is 
> that it doesn't properly implement IIOP so it cant talk to any other 
> ORBs (and it is difficult to find the code to fix).

Can you provide an example? We using OpenORB for our products about 5 
years, it properly work with OmniORB at less.

> Anyway, I say we stick with the sun orb until something better comes 
> along.
> -dain
> On Jul 1, 2005, at 12:30 PM, Aaron Mulder wrote:
>> On Fri, 1 Jul 2005, Jacek Laskowski wrote:
>>> I thought about it, but I like Alan's idea better to fix OpenORB issues
>>> instead of reinventing the wheel. I'd believe it's the fine and 
>>> straight
>>> way to incorporate yet another open source project under Geronimo
>>> umbrella or grasp the CORBA concepts patching OpenORB and forking it at
>>> some time to create a new project. I'm leaning towards the former 
>>> rather
>>> than the latter.
>> I can't say that I fancy trying to implement an ORB from scratch.
>> I was just trying to put all the options on the table. As for OpenORB, I
>> don't know enough about the state of that project and what would need to
>> be done to make any recommendation myself. Also, I'm not aware of any
>> particular info on the Wiki, but again, I haven't been much involved in
>> CORBA so far. Other than to curse at it, of course. :) It would be
>> great to find a winning path forward.
>> Aaron
>>> BTW, is there a wiki page about CORBA stuff? When I asked the 
>>> question I
>>> first had looked at Wiki and couldn't find anything, so either it
>>> doesn't exist yet or is not easy to find. All in all, I'm sure we could
>>> add a bit more to Wiki now. The thread gives some alternatives to think
>>> about.
>>>> Aaron
>>> Jacek

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