|Date:||Wed, 2 Mar 2005 10:09:58 +0100|
Hello, Robert! Great!Well, it is a large work, but potentially it may be wortwhile to try. Networks and Internet are application areas where Linux is especially strong. The working CORBA would fit finely into Classpath.
My initial plans were to start with TCKind. After we have TCKind, we can proceed to TypeCode. After we have the TypeCode, we can write the primitive holders: ShortHolder, BooleanHolder and so on. They are necessary for the end CORBA user to pass java ints, booleans, etc by reference, where required. If we expect the package to work in any way, we simply cannot get without them.
In this way I did the SGML DTD stuff in that HTML parser: first defining the necesessary constants, then implementing the simple helper classes and finally taking the large "major" classes.
I can, however, change my implementation strategy, adapting it to that are you and Brian doing. It is importand to co-ordiante the work and not implement the same classes in parallel. Also, it may be better to focus the efforts writing some segment that could faster show some kind of functionality, becoming a subject of tests.
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