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Free CORBA implementation

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



Verified by

Verified on


Verified by

Janet Casey

Verified on

25 May 2004

Leaders and contributors

Karel Gardas Maintainer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
DeveloperVCS Repository Webviewhttp://www.mico.org/FrameDescription.html#source

Software prerequisites

Weak prerequisiteJDK 1.1.5 or later
Weak prerequisiteflex 2.5.3
Weak prerequisiteOpenSSL either 0.9.6i or 0.9.7a
Weak prerequisiteJava CUP 0.10g
Weak prerequisitebison 1.25


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