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omniORB version 4.0.2 and omniORBpy 2.2 are now available.

omniORB is a robust, high performance CORBA ORB for C++. omniORBpy is
a version for Python. They are freely available under the terms of the
GNU LGPL.

These are mainly bug fix releases. Highlights of the new releases
include:

- Bug fixes.
- Use of standard iostreams in omniNames etc., if available.
- Rudimentary Python interceptor support.
- Performance improvements.

The releases can be downloaded from SourceForge from this page:

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_idQ138

For general omniORB details, see this page:

http://omniorb.sourceforge.net/

Enjoy!

Duncan.

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  • Ixtlan at Aug 16, 2003 at 10:43 pm
    "Duncan Grisby" <duncan-news at grisby.org> wrote in message
    news:2428b$3f33cfec$516049d2$15672 at nf1.news-service.com...
    omniORB version 4.0.2 and omniORBpy 2.2 are now available.
    Enjoy!
    We are already enjoying omniORB 4.0.2 very much, our whole DAK production
    (Architectural company) is based on it now!

    Thanks!

    Ixtlan
  • Apm at Aug 18, 2003 at 7:02 am
    Duncan Grisby <duncan-news at grisby.org> wrote in message news:<2428b$3f33cfec$516049d2$15672 at nf1.news-service.com>...
    omniORB version 4.0.2 and omniORBpy 2.2 are now available.

    omniORB is a robust, high performance CORBA ORB for C++. omniORBpy is
    a version for Python. They are freely available under the terms of the
    GNU LGPL. [snip]
    For general omniORB details, see this page:

    http://omniorb.sourceforge.net/
    That web page says that it is CORBA 2.1 compliant but another page on
    the same site says it is 1.6 compliant. Maybe the first page is
    out-of-date?

    -Andrew Marlow
  • Duncan Grisby at Aug 18, 2003 at 9:26 am
    In article <d1a33011.0308172302.79b895fd at posting.google.com>,
    apm wrote:
    That web page says that it is CORBA 2.1 compliant but another page on
    the same site says it is 1.6 compliant. Maybe the first page is
    out-of-date?
    What the page says is that omniORB has passed the Open Group's CORBA
    compliance tests, and is therefore certified as officially CORBA 2.1
    compliant. It actually implements a subset of CORBA 2.6, but there is
    no compliance test for that.

    Cheers,

    Duncan.

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    -- Duncan Grisby --
    -- duncan at grisby.org --
    -- http://www.grisby.org --

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