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AdORB

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Advanced CORBA/IIOP implementation with run-time IDL parsing, dynamic bindings and native IDL to Objective C mapping. Includes graphical tool to browse IDL definitions, to view Naming Service hierarchy and to invoke arbitrary CORBA remote operations.

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Features

  • Dynamic IDL parsing with dynamic bindings
  • Dynamic creating of remote invocations
  • Native Objective-C bindings
  • Full IIOP interoperability with other CORBA ORBs

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    A nice and powerful framework - with two strength problems: 1. It's only 32bit aware. You'll come in big trouble when running it in 64bit mode. I want to use it in a program communicating with a KEXT, which in turn can run only in 64bit mode on MacOSX 10.8. So I cannot use it for this reason. 2. Bad implementation to access remote CORBA typecodes. This disables access f.e. to CORBA TradingService.

    Posted 10/14/2012
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Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Cocoa (MacOS X)

Programming Language

Objective C

Registered

2006-01-24

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