MICO is a free CORBA implementation whose features currently include:
-IDL to C++ mapping -Dynamic Invocation Interface (DII) -Dynamic Skeleton Interface (DSI) -graphical Interface Repository browser that allows you to invoke arbitrary methods on arbitrary interfaces -Interface Repository (IR) -IIOP as native protocol (ORB prepared for multiprotocol support) -Portable Object Adapter (POA) -Objects by Value (OBV) -CORBA Components (CCM) -Support for using MICO from within X11 applications and Tcl/Tk -Portable Interceptors (PI) -Support for secure communication and authentication using SSL -Support for nested method invocations -Support for thread-pool and thread-per-connection concurrency models -CORBA Services including Interoperable Naming service, Trading service, Event service, Relationship service, Property service, Time service, and Security service
released on 7 February 2006
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|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||25 May 2004|
Leaders and contributors
Resources and communication
|Developer||VCS Repository Webview||http://www.mico.org/FrameDescription.html#source|
|Weak prerequisite||JDK 1.1.5 or later|
|Weak prerequisite||Java CUP 0.10g|
|Weak prerequisite||OpenSSL either 0.9.6i or 0.9.7a|
|Weak prerequisite||bison 1.25|
|Weak prerequisite||flex 2.5.3|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 25 May 2004.
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