added patch for ACE/TAO 5.1.14 beta release
rdasilva at connecttel.com
Thu Mar 29 15:55:12 UTC 2001
From: Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com>
To: Rosimildo da Silva <rdasilva at connecttel.com>
Cc: rtems-snapshots at OARcorp.com <rtems-snapshots at OARcorp.com>;
rtems-users at OARcorp.com <rtems-users at OARcorp.com>
Date: Thursday, March 29, 2001 9:38 AM
Subject: Re: added patch for ACE/TAO 5.1.14 beta release
>It compiles cleanly. I did a loopback network configuration
>to make everything happy (and target independent) so the
>tests would link.
>I think that now if someone just tried to run the ACE tests,
>that would move things along.
>TAO built but there is no point in trying it until we pass
>the ACE tests.
>> For C++ people that want to build their applications
>> on top of a wonderful framework, ACE is one of the
>> best ones that I ever seen. ACE has nothing to do
>> with CORBA. It is a multi-platform framwork for
>> threads/semaphores/sockets/timers, and a zillion
>> design patterns implemented in a nice OO way.
>There are a few free things built on top of ACE.
>TAO is one, JAWS (adaptive web server) is another.
>> TAO is one of the best designed CORBA ORBs.
>I have been reading the paper on its pluggage protocols.
>That part looks real nice. They are working on the size
>> I presume you build them as separated libraries,
>> so people that want use ACE only, would be able
>> to do so.
>I built it exactly as it is delivered with minimal
>RTEMS changes to the Makefiles. Basically we
>use a special RTEMS Makefile to ask the name of
>the C and C++ compilers along with arguments.
>This makes the RTEMS configurery in ACE
>BSP independent. This does not appear to
>be the case for other embedded RTOS ports.
>look at "ace/*psos*" and "include/makeinclude/*psos*"
>for an example. The *vxw* files are not as
>numerous but have CPU dependent conditional in them.
Excellent. So, I presume that the requirements to test this
*enough memory*, a network aware BSP, and the POSIX api. ?
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