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Re: Summary of recent XML-RPC developments
Author: Mike Moran Posted: 9/8/1999; 9:17:18 AM Topic: Summary of recent XML-RPC developments Msg #: 10751 (In response to 10726) Prev/Next: 10750 / 10752
In contrast, there's still no freely available CORBA implementation for Python
Actually, there is, I just happened to find it in the last few days: http://www.dstc.edu.au/Products/Fnorb/
Also, on the "Scripting CORBA" front, have a look at: http://www.berlin-consortium.org/docs/dish.pdf
It's actually scripting the Fresco toolkit, but the interface is specified through IDL. You may also be interested in: http://corbaweb.lifl.fr/CorbaScript/index.html
I think this shows that CORBA is not "stone-age" technology as far as scripting goes. Quite the opposite in fact.
There are responses to this message:
- Re: Summary of recent XML-RPC developments, Jeb Bateman, 9/8/1999; 7:11:53 PM
- Re: Summary of recent XML-RPC developments, Fredrik Lundh, 9/9/1999; 12:45:03 AM
- Re: Summary of recent XML-RPC developments, Don Hopkins, 9/9/1999; 10:36:59 PM
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