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From "Daniel Gandara" <danielgand...@neosur.com>
Subject Re: ITC: Contribution of java.rmi
Date Wed, 22 Mar 2006 17:12:27 GMT
Hi,

We are thinking in making a release of java.rmi package compatible with 
harmony's VM and classlib code (1.4.2),  using the compiler options that 
allow partial 5.0 language features, and removing all j.u.c classes we use. 
We know that we will loose performance, but it looks like it is worth a try. 
What do you think?

Daniel

PS: Faxes have been re-sent, please let me know if there is any further 
problem.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Geir Magnusson Jr" <geir@pobox.com>
To: <harmony-dev@incubator.apache.org>
Sent: Sunday, March 19, 2006 10:45 AM
Subject: Re: ITC: Contribution of java.rmi


> Thanks - this is great.
>
> Please not that every faxed document that both I and Jim, the ASF 
> Secretary, received was unreadable.
>
> I can't know if it was the original copy, or the fax machine, but we need 
> to have everything resent again.
>
> THanks
>
> geir
>
>
> danielgandara@neosur.com wrote:
>>   As announced before we are contributing java.rmi package on behalf of 
>> ITC
>> (Cordoba Institute of Technology).
>>
>> Below is a short description of the contribution.
>>
>> Daniel Gandara
>>
>> --------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> Package name  java.rmi
>>
>> Package Description
>>
>>  Clean room implementation of java.rmi following J2SE 1.5 spec
>>  www.fitc.unc.edu.ar/javadev/rmi/index.html
>>
>>
>> Current Status
>>  Currently our package contains implementation for:
>>  - java.rmi
>>  - java.rmi.dgc
>>  - java.rmi.registry
>>  - java.rmi.server
>>
>>  package java.rmi.activation and deprecated method/classes
>> have not been implemented. Activation have been designed but
>> has not been implemented yet.
>>
>>  Tools like rmic and rmiregistry have not been implemented.
>>
>>
>> Architectural Design
>>  Package has been architected following a layered design, which
>> seem to be the most appropriate model for the RMI implementation
>> in accordance with the specification.
>>  For further details check 
>> www.fitc.unc.edu.ar/javadev/rmi/architecture.html
>>
>>
>> Javadoc
>>
>> Javadoc of the package can be reached here
>> www.fitc.unc.edu.ar/javadev/rmi/javadocRMI/index.html
>>
>> Testing
>>   Unit and integration tests (and their documentation) are
>> provided with the code.
>>
>>
>> Implementation Notes
>>  The code uses J2SE 5.0 features, such as generics, so it
>> requires 5.0 VM and libraries (i.e.: java.util.concurrent).
>> It has been tested against Sun SDK, removing the original
>> java.rmi.* and replacing it by ours.
>> www.fitc.unc.edu.ar/javadev/rmi/ideas_uro.html
>>
>>
>> Known Issues
>> www.fitc.unc.edu.ar/javadev/rmi/knownissues.html
>>
>> Specification Issues
>> www.fitc.unc.edu.ar/javadev/rmi/specissues.html
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> 


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