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Re: [cp-patches] FYI: Implementing Little Endian and Big Endian encoding

From: Michael Koch
Subject: Re: [cp-patches] FYI: Implementing Little Endian and Big Endian encodings.
Date: Tue, 31 May 2005 09:09:44 +0200
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On Tue, May 31, 2005 at 08:38:38AM +0200, Meskauskas Audrius wrote:
> Following the OMG specification, CORBA must support
> both Big and Little Endian encodings (I did not find any notes about
> this in Java API - proably silence is the sign of agreement). The
> CORBA messages contain the flags, indicating, which encoding
> is currently used.
> Great thanks to Warren Levy, Aaron M. Renn and Tom Tromey,
> authors of our DataInput/Output streams. Reusing the
> code from there saved me a lot of work.
> I have got to pack the patch as it is larger than the limit of the list.
> 2005-05-31  Audrius Meskauskas  <address@hidden>
> * gnu/CORBA/CDR/,
>  gnu/CORBA/CDR/,
>  gnu/CORBA/CDR/,
>  gnu/CORBA/CDR/,
>  gnu/CORBA/CDR/,
>  gnu/CORBA/CDR/ New streams.
> * gnu/CORBA/ Implemented parsing of the Little Endian
> encoded IOR references. * gnu/CORBA/, 
> gnu/CORBA/,
> gnu/CORBA/,
> gnu/CORBA/CDR/,
> gnu/CORBA/CDR/,
> gnu/CORBA/CDR/,
> gnu/CORBA/GIOP/ Implemented support for
> both Big and Little Endian.

java.nio gives handling of little-, big- and mixed-endianess for free.
Perhaps you wanna look into using this. This will probably increase performance
of the CORBA code too.

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