Re: An ORB for GNOME?

> > > Have you tried TAO?  It comes with the ACE class library, but is a
> > > complete ORB that is being actively developed.  The ACE class library
> > > itself is REALLY nice, and has a lot of industry support.  Plus it's
> > > great for networked apps.
> > 
> > TAO is sadly C++ based as well.  We want an ORB that supports C
> > bindings as well.  
> > 
> > If we do not do this, we end up coding bridges from C++ to C.
> Better to code bindings from C++ to C than invent a new ORB, code it and
> test it from scratch...  ACE's TAO is optimized, tested, supported, and
> free.  You can't get much better than that.

I should mention that the base for the C-based ORB is Flick, the ORB
that holds the record in speed, volume-transfer and latency.


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