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Re: [Debian-sf-devel] Command Line Interface

From: Tim Perdue
Subject: Re: [Debian-sf-devel] Command Line Interface
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 12:17:03 -0600
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Roland Mas wrote:

I have had pretty good experiences with ORBit, and I'm told ORBit2 is
even better.  It's quite simple to program with: ten lines (in Perl or
in Python) to setup a server, and then you just writethe methods and
they'll be called transparently; three lines to setup a client, fetch
the server reference, and then you just call the object method the
usual way.

  To be honest, I haven't tried the PHP bindings.

This sounds nice, maybe you could whip up a little demo or something?

As for SOAP, I think it's just a buzzword that some people look for. CORBA is just as good or better buzzword.

Can you transfer/upload files with CORBA? That's the question.

  The point of CORBA is that you don't have to do that parsing stage.
The ORB does it for you.  You just have to write normal methods in the
server, and call normal methods in the client.


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