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Re: Re : Re: (FC-Devel) Welcome volunteers! Now what? and some Q forSami.
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> Now I have splitted the file into manageable classes, the stuff is rejected
> by the MICO IDL compiler. The problem is that CORBA modules are mapped to C++
> 'struct' which can not be open twice. You can't have a class declaration
> enclose a struct definition followed be a new class declaration in the same
> The alternative are :
> * change for a compiler that supports namespaces. This means less
egcs. I was looking at the cygnus site yesterday. Apparently their cygwin
project now has egcs 1.1.1 binaries for Win32. Ah, more software to install :)
> * change ORB.
> * keep this single huge IDL file.
Easy if we use egcs (I think!).
> * change language generation (map to Java). Drawbacks ?
The Java 2 ORB is very basic from what (little) I've seen. There are other Java
ORBs about, although I have no idea where! Maybe a little too bleeding edge at