Re: where is corba?

The other option for this is to use Ettore's new VFS code when it is done.
Part of the reason that I am not using corba is that I have not had much
experience using it yet.



On Fri, 13 Aug 1999, Victor Bogado da Silva Lins wrote:

> 	I was using gnorpm and gftp, and I figured why was gnorpm trying to
> download the files for itself? Why he would not ask for gftp or better
> yet gnome transfer manager, that uses wget) for a download using a corba
> interface? I thing that should be a corba service for asking for
> downloads and every app that needs a download could use it.
> 	But even more then that I think that should be a corba service for
> everything that more than one app need, and is more less asyncronous.
> Why don't we start a trhead of sujestions for new corba interfaces and
> ways of integrating diferent gnome apps to work together. :-)
> -- 
> "You take the red pill and you stay in wonderland,
> and I'll show you how deep the rabit hole goes", Morpheus.
> []'s Victor Bogado da Silva Lins
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