On Sun, 5 Jan 1997, Jonas Bofjall wrote:
> On Sat, 4 Jan 1997, Jean Pierre LeJacq wrote:
> > Yes indeed! Fresco is the replacement for interviews. The
> > development is sponsored by the X consortium. It breaks new
> > ground by providing distributed graphics using the CORBA model.
> That wounds interesting. Do you think you can tell us more?
> Why is the X consortium sponsoring Fresco? What is CORBA?
Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) is defined by a the
Object Management Group. It defines the object-oriented Interface
Definition Language (IDL), mappings to a variety of languages like C, C++
and Smalltalk, and an infrastructure to allow functions calls to be
distributed. Its OO RPC.
The ILU package which is available for debian provides a similar
environment. I'm not sure if there is a true CORBA product for Linux.
I don't know how the X consortium got involved with this.
--- Jean Pierre
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