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ORBit-C++ is a project to develop C++ bindings for the ORBit Corba ORB. ORBit-C++ is Free Software (OpenSource), copyrighted under the GPL and LGPL. Primary Objectives * Provide a spec-compliant C++ corba mapping for ORBit * To allow programmers to use and write ORBit objects and gnome components in C++ with little or no runtime overhead (compared to writing C ones) * Allow C programmers to use C++ objects without having to deal with any of that 'horrible C++ syntax' In short, to C++ programmers, all ORBit objects look like C++ objects, and to C programmers, all ORBit objects should look like C objects. Secondary Objectives * Allow C and C++ objects in the same address space to short-circuit calls (i.e. no on-the-wire marshalling) for maximum speed.
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