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RE: (FC-Devel) New input...
Are there any decisions taken regarding CORBA support and other supporting libraries.
I'm quite happy with the GTK+/GLib/ORBit combination. It does enough for me... And it's all GNU software (not some company that offers their sources for free in a open-source-like spirit (like Apple)).
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chandresh Turakhia [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: dinsdag 8 februari 2000 13:19
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: (FC-Devel) New input...
> Dear All,
> Yes , we need recruitment and learn to agree on simple
> decisiosn rather than toying.
> divide work and start.
Is there anything divided for now?
> --- "Arjan J. Molenaar" <A.J.Molenaar@xirion.nl>
> > Hi,
> > I've just subscribed to the list and after browsing
> > the lists archive I went kinda sad.... Seems like
> > there's not much input... However I know (from my
> > own experience) that building a CASE tool as diverse
> > as a FreeCASE is not something you do in a half a
> > year on your own. :-(
> > I've been through the (possible) specs of FreeCASE
> > and they are mostly the same as what I have in mind.
> > For the last few months I've been toying around with
> > the UML metamodel produced by the UML RTF. I way
> > trying to generate C code from a (slightly modified,
> > like no multiple inheritance) Rose .mdl file (which
> > works pretty well actually). But with my current
> > "code-producing-speed" I won't be able to produce
> > something working before the end of this year.
> > I hope I made my statement clear.
> > Reagrds,
> > Arjan
> > http://www.linuxstart.com/~arjan
> > mailto:email@example.com
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