On 2005-05-31, Thomas Frieden wrote:
Peter Bengtsson wrote:
Well, it is a good idea (I think). One candidate
which I think I mentioned
earlier (=several moths ago) might be UNO. Looking at UNO bridges for
different languages (C, C++, Python?) might be one way to get the actual
OOo porting started and it would be fairly easy to write tests I think.
(But I am in no way certain since I am not familiar with the internals of
Me neither. And AFAIK, it's got Java on one end ? In that case, you can
forget about me. I don't know a single thing about Java :S
I do not think Java is required. I seem to recall that UNO was somewhat
similar to CORBA - i.e. it is a message-passing/method-invocation layer
between different parts of OOo. If no Java is required, it will be possible
to test by e.g. invoking an UNO method from a C program to another
C (or C++) program.
Oh well, back to grading exams...
-Peter aka. Archprogrammer
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