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[ale] OT: Component Building
- Subject: [ale] OT: Component Building
- From: runman at telocity.com (Greg)
- Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2002 17:14:15 -0500
Well, first of all I don't think I understand the question. COM or COM+
(starting with MS 2000) is run only on Microsoft OS's. IT IS PROPRIETARY.
The lawsuit between MS and Sun stopped MS's poaching on Java. I think that
there is a mod to run FrontPage extensions on Apache, but that's as far as
it goes. MS has repeatedly stayed away from getting too close to any *nix,
saying that is is "viral" in nature, which it is.. the GPL would force MS to
give up source code (of course MS will steal anything else not nailed down
<cough> mozilla <cough> kerberos). So the answer is I guess "nothing".
If you are talking about multi-tiered stuff, then yes, Java does that, as
well as using CGI (ack spht) which would allow you to build (I guess you
could call them components) stuff in pick-a-language. Or are you talking
about CORBA perchance ?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kevin O'Neill Stoll [mailto:kevinostoll at yahoo.com]
> Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 4:30 PM
> To: ale at ale.org
> Subject: [ale] OT: Component Building
> Hello all,
> Aside from Java what languages are at a programmers disposal
> to develop
> Distributed COM objects in an Unix environment.
> I realize this isn't much to go on but I don't want to stifle the
> creativity of responses that I receive.
> Thank you,
> Kevin O'Neill Stoll
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