do you plan to create a CNI version your natcJavaBridge.c? do you think
it is worth? .. right now I dont have much time to work on that right
now, but I may help if you think that it would be worth to do.. or even
do it myself entirely.. then would just need some help from you..
> do you plan to create a CNI version your
Well, CNI is certainly a much nicer interface to
access java objects from C or C++ than JNI. If I
start to develop an application from scratch, I would
certainly consider CNI as an interface to access java
objects---well, today I would probably choose
.NET/MONO instead of java, but that's a different
But since the bridge uses JNI and the JNI binding is
now more or less bug-free, I don't think we should
rewrite the code to use CNI. About 60% of the code is
JNI code and the rest is standard socket code.
However, I will certainly accept a patch if you want
to write a CNI binding.
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