Re: Java code contribution committed

2006-01-06 Thread Pete Robbins
Having trunk and branches folders seems to be the most common layout across other projects. Pete

Re: Java code contribution committed

2006-01-06 Thread Pete Robbins
this is the right thing to do. Pete On 06/01/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Having trunk and branches folders seems to be the most common layout across other projects. Pete

Adding Jira components

2006-01-18 Thread Pete Robbins
How do I create new Components in Jira for Tuscany. I'd like: cpp Build cpp SCA cpp SDO Pete

C++ build opinions/help

2006-01-19 Thread Pete Robbins
The current cpp SDO and SCA were developed using MS Visual Studio on Windows and eclipse + CDT on Linux. For a command line build on linux we simply created a shell script that used the makefiles generated by the CDT managed make. I would like to create a more robust and portable build

Re: svn commit: r381259 - in /incubator/tuscany/java/samples/bigbank: account/src/main/resources/sca.module webclient/src/main/resources/sca.module

2006-02-27 Thread Pete Robbins
We use a tuscany-model.config in the C++ implementation (following what was in Java). Is this a (potential) spec change to the contents of the sca.module? Is there an associated schema change?

Re: svn commit: r381259 - in /incubator/tuscany/java/samples/bigbank: account/src/main/resources/sca.module webclient/src/main/resources/sca.module

2006-02-27 Thread Pete Robbins
I would prefer to see the import.wsdl ... element to not be in the http://www.osoa.org/xmlns/sca/0.9 namespace unless this is to be an addition to the specification. Would a tuscany implementation namespace be more appropriate for additions such as this?

Stable C++ code tagged

2006-03-06 Thread Pete Robbins
A stable version of C++ Tuscany can be found at: http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/tuscany/tags/cpp-stable-20060304 The build.txt file in the top level explains how to build the code. The sca/readme.txt describes the current function supported. Pete

Re: [SDO C++] JIRA Issues: Specification or Implementation concerns?

2006-03-09 Thread Pete Robbins
I'm not sure where the SDO spec is being discussed. It is separate from the C++ CI group. On 09/03/06, Mike Edwards [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ant, At the moment, neither the SDO nor the SCA specification lists are publicly viewable. For SCA, we are investigating setting up a public website

Re: Stable C++ code tagged

2006-03-09 Thread Pete Robbins
/cpp/sdo/lib directory. Also, wouldn't it be better to use the latest version of libxml2 being used (which is 2.6.23)? On 06/03/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: A stable version of C++ Tuscany can be found at: http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/tuscany/tags/cpp-stable

Re: Stable C++ code tagged

2006-03-10 Thread Pete Robbins
fixed as TUSCANY-108 on Jira On 10/03/06, Colin Thorne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I tried building SCA using Axis 1.5. I received an error: Linking... Creating library Debug/tuscany_sca.lib and object Debug/tuscany_sca.exp Logger.obj : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol public:

Re: Exception running SCA for C++ tests

2006-03-10 Thread Pete Robbins
Yes. I will update the instructions for running the tests on Windows. On 10/03/06, Colin Thorne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've taken a new extract of the code from SVN, and I have built SDO and SCA (for C++). When I run the SCA test program (tuscany_sca_test.exe) I get an exception:

[C++] Axis2C ws bindings

2006-03-21 Thread Pete Robbins
The current SCA C++ implementation supports webservice binding using Axis 1.x (there are some outstanding problems with this). I would like to move up to use Axis2C. One way to do this is to discard the Axis 1.x binding code and replace with Axis2C. A better way would be to restructure the code

Re: Framework for StAX-based model loading

2006-03-21 Thread Pete Robbins
This is an interesting discussions. Not really relevant to your Java discussion but... in the C++ runtime we use SDO to load the contents of the scdl files to build the logical model. Initially we kept the SDOs around in the runtime as the model but this still required some extra classes to form

Re: [C++] Axis2C ws bindings

2006-03-22 Thread Pete Robbins
On 22/03/06, Edward Slattery [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have done some preliminary work on SDO integration with axis2C, and have talked to some of the axis2c people about the work. There are two areas I see that we could be worked on. The first is a conversion from an SDO data graph to a

Re: [help wanted] Moving position of import elements in SCDL

2006-04-07 Thread Pete Robbins
On 07/04/06, Jean-Sebastien Delfino [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If nobody objects, I can move the wsdl.import up in the XSD. I'm in the middle of changes to this project anyway. Where in the source tree is the schema you are using? Is it in spec/... ? -- Pete

Re: [help wanted] Moving position of import elements in SCDL

2006-04-07 Thread Pete Robbins
Ignore that.. I found it :-( On 07/04/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Where in the source tree is the schema you are using? Is it in spec/... ? -- Pete -- Pete

Re: How about starting to have a weekly IRC chat?

2006-04-12 Thread Pete Robbins
Sounds like a good plan. -- Pete

[C++] SDO Uri and QName

2006-04-21 Thread Pete Robbins
The current SDO implementation handles the mapping of QName to the SDO Uri type as per the specification. So if I use XSDHelper to load a schema which defines a property as type xs:QName, e.g.xs:attribute name=joe type=xs:QName /then use XMLHelper to load my xml containing

Re: MSVC build

2006-04-21 Thread Pete Robbins
Well spotted. Can you raise a Jira issue and I'll check in a new project file. Cheers, On 21/04/06, Simon Laws [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I checked out the C++/SDO code this morning and I'm assuming I caught it mid change as the MSVC project doesn't build. To make it work I had to add:

Re: Introduction

2006-04-21 Thread Pete Robbins
Welcome. If you have questins relating specifically to C++ can you us [C++] at the start uf the subject line so they are easier to spot. Cheers, On 21/04/06, Simon Laws [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, my name is Simon Laws and I'm based in the UK. My recent background is web services in the

Re: [C++] SDO Uri and QName

2006-04-24 Thread Pete Robbins
to DataFactory. Is anyone else having similar requirements? regards, Ed. On 21/04/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The current SDO implementation handles the mapping of QName to the SDO Uri type as per the specification. So if I use XSDHelper to load a schema which defines

Re: Problems retrieving source for SDO for C++

2006-04-27 Thread Pete Robbins
Geoff, I've seen this behaviour too using both TortoiseSVN and subclipse from eclipse. It's not just on the cpp tree of Tuscany. It seems to happen fairly randomly. On 26/04/06, Geoffrey Winn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've tried to retrieve the source for SDO for C++ from the repository using

Re: C++ release before ApacheCon Europe

2006-05-02 Thread Pete Robbins
A separate thread to discuss SCA/SDO interop testing sounds like a good idea. I'd like to focus here on what we need to complete to have a viable binary release: code(functional content), documentation, testing, samples... etc. and then come up with a timetable/ordering of the tasks. Cheers, --

Re: [C++] QName and Uri

2006-05-02 Thread Pete Robbins
Great. I'll take a look at it and see if I can use it to achieve what I need. Cheers, On 02/05/06, Edward Slattery [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: A while ago, Pete raised a requirement to create Types in a DataFactory which are of type URI, but know that they came from a QName originally. We store

Re: [C++] QName and Uri

2006-05-04 Thread Pete Robbins
Ed, this allows me to what I want. There is a problem though... you need copy constructor and operator= methods on TypeDefinitions, TypeDefinition and PropertyDefinition to copy the impl. I'll raise a Jira for this (and probably fix it). Cheers, On 02/05/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: IRC chat tomorrow May 4th to discuss our release

2006-05-05 Thread Pete Robbins
Do you mean today .. May 5th? -- Pete

Re: too many emails

2006-05-05 Thread Pete Robbins
Frank, I use gmail and filter each mailing list into it's own label. I filter out anything with [JIRA] in the title to another label. Works quite well. If you want a gmail address I can send you an invite. Cheers, On 05/05/06, Frank Budinsky [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, Is it just me, or is

Re: wiki changes

2006-05-12 Thread Pete Robbins
We certainly need to get some C++ information up there so... +1 from me. On 12/05/06, Edward Slattery [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Anyone object if I move the wiki around so we have a common Tuscany main page and sub-pages for java, c++ and php? -- Pete

Re: Introduction

2006-05-12 Thread Pete Robbins
Hi Geoff. With your broking experience please try and break the code... then fix it of course. Cheers, On 12/05/06, Geoffrey Winn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, my name is Geoff Winn. I've recently started looking at the SDO for C++ code having previously worked on a variety of message

Re: What is the correct copyright statement?

2006-05-12 Thread Pete Robbins
ooh that's an interesting one an I will defer to the legal folk if any turn up ... but... I believe the format is Copyright %START_DATE%, %LAST_MODIFIED_DATE% The Apache Software Foundation or its licensors, as applicable. So should probably read Copyright 2005, 2006 The Apache Software

Re: dynamically stating where the root is

2006-05-17 Thread Pete Robbins
That's a good point. A call to initialize the runtime passing the system root and default module is a possibility. I'll look into it. On 17/05/06, Edward Slattery [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am using the tuscany c++ SCA, and am finding it quite inconvenient that the root and default module are

[C++] Re: dynamically stating where the root is

2006-05-18 Thread Pete Robbins
Java has a TuscanyRuntime to specify the default module so I will do the same. Something like: TuscanyRuntime::start(default_moduleComponent_name); You will still need to set the TUSCANY_SCACPP_SYSTEM_ROOT to the root deployment folder for the system. Cheers, On 17/05/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL

C++ Release

2006-05-25 Thread Pete Robbins
As mentioned previously we would be a like to have a binary release of the C++ code by ApacheCon Europe. I'd like to propose an IRC chat on Tuesday 6th June 17:00 BST (18:00 GMT) 12:00 (Eastern) 09:00 (Pacific) to finalize content and schedule to achieve this. As a starting point, and for

Re: [C++] Axis2C Web Service Entrypoint

2006-06-05 Thread Pete Robbins
Andrew, great stuff. When you have something for us to look at you can post a patch on the jira. Please join us for an IRC chat tomorrow (I'll be sending a reminder note soon) Cheers, On 05/06/06, Andrew Borley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi All, I've been taking a look at Axis2C recently and

IRC chat regarding C++ release - Tuesday 6th June

2006-06-05 Thread Pete Robbins
A reminder: We will have an IRC chat on Tuesday 6th June 17:00 BST (18:00 GMT) 12:00 (Eastern) 09:00 (Pacific) to finalize content and schedule to achieve this. Any input from Java Tuscans on their recent release experience would be welcome. The chat takes place on the freenode IRC network,

IRC chat log discussing C++ release (Tuesday 6th June)

2006-06-07 Thread Pete Robbins
robbinspg The purpose of this chat is to decide what we need to do to get a C++ binary release available robbinspg I'm not 100% on the Apache mechanism and logistics to do this so that is one item discuss. jsdelfino hi robbinspg I'd also like to run through what function/code needs to go in and

C++ Release Manager

2006-06-07 Thread Pete Robbins
As we work towards a binary C++ release we need to elect a release manager. I'm happy to volunteer for this. -- Pete

Re: svn commit: r412355 - in /incubator/tuscany/cpp/sdo/runtime/core/src/commonj/sdo: SDOString.cpp SDOString.h

2006-06-07 Thread Pete Robbins
I have a todo to update the copyright headers in the modified source :-( I think the correct format is 2005, 2006 On 07/06/06, Daniel Kulp [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just a quick note: If you are updating/adding/changing copyright notices, it's probably best to add 2006 to it. Dan On

C++ release distribution zip and layout

2006-06-08 Thread Pete Robbins
In the Tuscany C++ source tree we have a subproject for SDO and one for SCA (which prereqs the SDO build). For a binary release should we combine the build output into a single zip ro have a separate SDO zip? If we do combine them we have a further option of the unzipped layout having a separate

Re: C++ release distribution zip and layout

2006-06-08 Thread Pete Robbins
OK... as I need to start on this several days ago I'm going to produce seeparate zips for SDO and SCA. On 08/06/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In the Tuscany C++ source tree we have a subproject for SDO and one for SCA (which prereqs the SDO build). For a binary release should we

Re: [C++] (TUSCANY-429) WS EntryPoint binding for Axis2C

2006-06-11 Thread Pete Robbins
://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-429 Project: Tuscany Type: New Feature Components: C++ SCA Versions: Cpp-current Reporter: Pete Robbins Assignee: Pete Robbins Fix For: Cpp-current Attachments: axis2c_wsentrypoint.patch, axis2c_wsentrypoint_tests.patch Provide

Re: [C++] (TUSCANY-429) WS EntryPoint binding for Axis2C

2006-06-12 Thread Pete Robbins
/06/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andrew, great stuff. I'll review and apply the patch asap. On 11/06/06, Andrew Borley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi guys, The patch for WS EntryPoint is attached to the Jira - also see the patch containing the tests and updated samples for how

Re: Question about XSD substitution support in SDO2

2006-06-14 Thread Pete Robbins
In the C++ implementation you would only get a single property implementation. It's type would be sca:JavaImplementation which is a sub type of Implemetation. I think this is correct as the schema tells us that when loading the instance document to treat implementation.java as implementation so

Re: Question about XSD substitution support in SDO2

2006-06-15 Thread Pete Robbins
The C++ serializer works as Jeremy states. We would serialize this as implementation.java. Our implementation does keep extra information about the substitution groups and also what the original local name was when the instance doc was deserialized. So if it was deserialized as

Re: [C++] scagen Jira issues (TUSCANY-461 and TUSCANY-462)

2006-06-19 Thread Pete Robbins
Andrew, thanks for that. I'll check these out and apply them soon. Cheers, On 16/06/06, Andrew Borley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In the absence of any sounds of disapproval, I have put 2 patches up for these issues. The 461 patch probably contains the entirety of the 462 patch, as I fixed 462

BOF at ApacheCon Europe in Dublin

2006-06-22 Thread Pete Robbins
I took the liberty of updating the BOF page on the ApacheCon WIKI to book a room: http://wiki.apache.org/apachecon/BirdsOfaFeatherEu06 I hope this is the correct way to book a session! -- Pete

C++ M1 test distro

2006-06-24 Thread Pete Robbins
I have posted a preliminary distro for Tuscany C++ for Linux on http://people.apache.org/~robbinspg/. Windows builds should be posted within the next day or 2. Please note this is NOT a release candidate .. yet. I would appreciate it if someone could download and sanity check the distro and

Re: C++ M1 test distro

2006-06-24 Thread Pete Robbins
The linux -bin- disto is built on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 On 24/06/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have posted a preliminary distro for Tuscany C++ for Linux on http://people.apache.org/~robbinspg/. Windows builds should be posted within the next day or 2. Please note

Re: [C++] Documentation patches for WS Entrypoint code

2006-06-24 Thread Pete Robbins
Patches checked, tested and applied. Thank you!! On 23/06/06, Andrew Borley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Cheers Pete! On 6/23/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andy, I have noticed these and they are on my TODO list (together with your fixes to the scagen tool). I hope to check

Re: [C++] Documentation patches for WS Entrypoint code

2006-06-24 Thread Pete Robbins
I also applied your patches for TUSCANY-461 and 462 Cheers, On 24/06/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Patches checked, tested and applied. Thank you!! On 23/06/06, Andrew Borley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Cheers Pete! On 6/23/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

Re: C++ M1 test distro

2006-06-24 Thread Pete Robbins
thanks for trying it out. The name of the source zip was the default from automake. I agree putting -src- in it would be clearer. I'll fix the Makefile.am. Cheers, On 24/06/06, Jeremy Boynes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Pete Robbins wrote: The linux -bin- disto is built on Red Hat Enterprise

Re: C++ M1 test distro

2006-06-24 Thread Pete Robbins
On 24/06/06, Jeremy Boynes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I used this binary distro but my machine is Fedora Core3. I got the following problem building the Calculator sample: g++ -g -O2 -o calculator_client Calc.o -L/home/jeremy/Desktop/tuscany_sca-bin-0.1.incubating-M1/lib -ltuscany_sca

Re: [jira] Updated: (TUSCANY-471) Crash when 2 WS EntryPoint services with different System Root paths are accessed

2006-06-27 Thread Pete Robbins
Sounds good. I'll give it a go. On 27/06/06, Andrew Borley (JIRA) tuscany-dev@ws.apache.org wrote: [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-471?page=all ] Andrew Borley updated TUSCANY-471: -- Attachment: TUSCANY-471.patch This patch uses a

Re: [jira] Updated: (TUSCANY-471) Crash when 2 WS EntryPoint services with different System Root paths are accessed

2006-06-27 Thread Pete Robbins
Works a treat. Patch is checked in. Thanks On 27/06/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sounds good. I'll give it a go. On 27/06/06, Andrew Borley (JIRA) tuscany-dev@ws.apache.org wrote: [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TUSCANY-471?page=all ] Andrew Borley updated

Re: [C++] SCA usability

2006-06-27 Thread Pete Robbins
On 27/06/06, Simon Laws [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've spent a little time playing with the C++ SCA implementation. I want to replay my understanding to see if it is correct. When constructing a service that will have a web service binding you have to provide a number of things including

Re: [C++] M1 test distro - sample compile issue

2006-06-28 Thread Pete Robbins
Looking at the include path it appears you have not set the required environment variables: TUSCANY_SDOCPP, TUSCANY_SCACPP. Cheers, On 27/06/06, Rick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I down loaded the binary distro unpacked it downloaded Axis2C too and unpacked but didn't do anything else with it.

Re: C++ M1 test distro

2006-06-28 Thread Pete Robbins
Thanks. Hopefully we will be able post something today, On 27/06/06, Luciano Resende [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey Pete When the C++ win release is available I can give it a try and provide feedback. - Luciano *Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED]* 06/24/2006 07:22 AM Please respond

Re: C++ M1 test distro

2006-06-28 Thread Pete Robbins
- Im sure the linux one will be the one most people want anyway. cheers, Ed. On 24/06/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 24/06/06, Jeremy Boynes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I used this binary distro but my machine is Fedora Core3. I got the following problem building the Calculator

Re: [C++] M1 test distro - sample compile issue

2006-06-28 Thread Pete Robbins
Forgot to say that the instructions for building the samples are in the samples/INSTALL file. On 28/06/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Looking at the include path it appears you have not set the required environment variables: TUSCANY_SDOCPP, TUSCANY_SCACPP. Cheers, -- Pete

Re: C++ M1 test distro

2006-06-29 Thread Pete Robbins
There is a refreshed version available at: http://people.apache.org/~robbinspg Linux bin build is RHEL3. Windows src and bin now available. Please give these a try and raise problems!! Cheers, -- Pete

Re: C++ M1 test distro

2006-06-29 Thread Pete Robbins
as a prereq. Is this really necessary for just SDO? Pete Robbins wrote: There is a refreshed version available at: http://people.apache.org/~robbinspg Linux bin build is RHEL3. Windows src and bin now available. Please give these a try and raise problems!! Cheers

Re: C++ M1 test distro

2006-06-29 Thread Pete Robbins
VC 6. Ed is working on a build for VC 7. On 29/06/06, Rick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Windows binary distros which CPP compiler? Should it be listed under the prereqs as needed for windows source and to build samples ? Pete Robbins wrote: There is a refreshed version available at: http

Re: C++ M1 test distro

2006-06-29 Thread Pete Robbins
yes! On 29/06/06, cr22rc [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Are there files missing in the windows binary distro in the samples directory (i.e. INSTALL, reademe etc)? Pete Robbins wrote: There is a refreshed version available at: http://people.apache.org/~robbinspg Linux bin build is RHEL3

Re: C++ M1 test distro

2006-06-29 Thread Pete Robbins
I've checked in a fix but have not re-generated the zips yet. Thanks for finding that. On 29/06/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: yes! On 29/06/06, cr22rc [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Are there files missing in the windows binary distro in the samples directory (i.e. INSTALL

Re: C++ M1 test distro

2006-06-30 Thread Pete Robbins
There a number of problems with the windows zips... missing folders etc. I will be fixing these ASAP. -- Pete

Re: [C++] Issues with sdotest.cpp?

2006-06-30 Thread Pete Robbins
Rick, I believe there is a Jira for this and a patch supplied that hasn't been applied yet :-( I'm going to do a copyright/licence trawl. I thought we had already done this but clearly some have slipped through. Many thanks for taking a look at this. Cheers, On 30/06/06, Rick Rineholt [EMAIL

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-05 Thread Pete Robbins
On 05/07/06, Jeremy Boynes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Jul 5, 2006, at 11:10 AM, haleh mahbod wrote: IRC has been a useful tool for timely community brainstorming to handle issues that need quick attention. Right. That was the basis for saying IRC should be an impromptu, consensus

Re: Tuscany Icon

2006-07-05 Thread Pete Robbins
On 05/07/06, Hawkins, Joel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I really liked the wine stain on the white background. That was pretty clever, simple, evocative, etc. Plus it'd look really cool on a white tee shirt, and it makes branding of cocktail napkin-based design documents really easy. :-) I

C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-05 Thread Pete Robbins
I have posted a candidate for the first C++ release here. http://people.apache.org/~robbinspg/RC1 Would all interested parties take some time to review this so that we can either re-spin the release or vote on it asap. The website documentation is out of date and will be re-written to sync

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-06 Thread Pete Robbins
There is a problem with the Windows src zip for sca to do with filename lengths. I will fix it and re-post a new zip. On 06/07/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have posted a candidate for the first C++ release here. http://people.apache.org/~robbinspg/RC1 Would all interested

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-06 Thread Pete Robbins
to update the zip. Any ideas on why WinXP zip expand has a problem?? I'm fairly sure that it is to do with a long path name. Cheers, On 06/07/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There is a problem with the Windows src zip for sca to do with filename lengths. I will fix it and re-post a new

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-06 Thread Pete Robbins
on Windows using the command line, devstudio6 and devstudio7. The builds all work fine, but the calculator sample on studio7 only half works as the project descriptions are missing some of the proxies/wrappers. Add works but Div doesnt. Im just going to fix that Ed. On 06/07/06, Pete Robbins

[VOTE] Publish Tuscany C++ M1 release

2006-07-06 Thread Pete Robbins
I have posted a candidate for the first C++ release here: http://people.apache.org/~robbinspg/RC1 The code is tagged in svn: http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/tuscany/tags/cpp-0.1.incubating-M1/ http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/tuscany/tags/cpp-0.1.incubating-M1/%C2%A0 Please

Re: Email versus IRC

2006-07-06 Thread Pete Robbins
+1 that just about covers it from my point of view. I'd also be interested in experimenting with a 1hr email session. Email is pretty fast nowadays and refreshing and responding via the mailing list could also work. It would also remove the really annoying thing about IRC which is the loss of

Re: using stdcxx in tuscany/C++

2006-07-06 Thread Pete Robbins
Hi Martin. Using stdcxx is certainly on our list of things to investigate. There are 2 ways in which we can use a C++ standard library: 1) Internally withing our own implementation code 2) Exposed on user APIs We currently use stl within our implementation and the use of stl classes on our

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-07 Thread Pete Robbins
. -- Luciano *Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED]* 07/05/2006 08:02 PM Please respond to tuscany-dev@ws.apache.org To tuscany-dev@ws.apache.org cc Subject C++ M1 Release Candidate I have posted a candidate for the first C++ release here. http://people.apache.org/~robbinspg/RC1

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-07 Thread Pete Robbins
That looks like output from the visual studio build. Did you try the command line? Cheers, On 07/07/06, Geoffrey Winn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Pete, I found one issue. I used VC6 to attempt to build SDO and I get some problems during the copyout. I'll raise a JIRA for this. Linking...

Re: [VOTE] Publish Tuscany C++ M1 release

2006-07-07 Thread Pete Robbins
be great if some of you C++ guys could be around on the mailing list and IRC to answer any questions about C++ setup I may have. Thanks, ...ant On 7/6/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have posted a candidate for the first C++ release here: http://people.apache.org/~robbinspg/RC1

Re: [VOTE] Publish Tuscany C++ M1 release

2006-07-07 Thread Pete Robbins
On 07/07/06, Luciano Resende [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just one quick question... are we going to make the final C++ M1 Release as a non-debug build ? I think we probably should ultimately make the bin release a non-debug build. For this release I'm not sure. If enough folk think it's

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-07 Thread Pete Robbins
From the source distro on linux you should be able to just run ./sdotest.sh from the top level folder. We should write a sdotest.cmd to do the same on win. On 07/07/06, Edward Slattery [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Good point, you should raise a JIRA that the build.cmd doesnt run it automatically.

Re: [VOTE] Publish Tuscany C++ M1 release

2006-07-07 Thread Pete Robbins
On 07/07/06, Jean-Sebastien Delfino [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Jean-Sebastien Delfino wrote:I'm trying the Linux binary distribution and running into the following issues: - The INSTALL files for both the SDO and SCA distributions just say Extract the binary tar package to a folder. I suggest to

Re: Problem with C++ web service sample, was: [VOTE] Publish Tuscany C++ M1 release

2006-07-07 Thread Pete Robbins
It looks like the ws call is getting into the component and that is working fine. The error is when we are trying to convert the dataobject returned from the calculator sample to an axiom object before returning it over the wire. I haven't seen this behaviour before. Before starting the axis

Re: C++ can't get Calculator sample to run

2006-07-08 Thread Pete Robbins
Axis2\lib should definitely be on the path. Do you have libxml2 on your path? On wiindows you also need iconv and zlib on the path. Here'w what the Axis2C doc says: You also need the following dlls - libxml2.dll [http://www.xmlsoft.org - download the version = libxml2-2.6.20.win32] -

Re: [VOTE] Publish Tuscany C++ M1 release

2006-07-08 Thread Pete Robbins
There are obviously some problems in the install and run doc + some bugs so I thinke we need to fix these problems and re-spin the candidate. Please continue to find problems... it is much appreciated. Cheers, -- Pete

Re: C++ can't get Calculator sample to run

2006-07-09 Thread Pete Robbins
The reference to xmlTextReaderConstEncoding is from Axis2C. Have you tried an axis2C sample to see if you have that installed correctly? What version of libxml2 do you have? Can you post what is on your PATH environment here. We'll re-work the doc and rebuild the release in the next couple of

Re: C++ can't get Calculator sample to run

2006-07-09 Thread Pete Robbins
to use isn't very clear in the INSTALL doc), but still get the xmlTextReaderConstEncoding could not be located error. Could you list out exactly what environment variables I should have set and what should be in my PATH? ...ant On 7/8/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Axis2\lib

Re: C++ can't get Calculator sample to run

2006-07-10 Thread Pete Robbins
On 10/07/06, Edward Slattery [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Not sure I agree with that. The dlls appear in the bin directory - thats what is required on the PATH. You are of course correct. (Note to self: drink coffee before reading mail and replying) -- Pete

[C++] binary release debug?

2006-07-10 Thread Pete Robbins
I am going to change the windows binary distribution to a Release build rather than Debug The MS debug dlls may not be available for all users. A debug build will still be possible using the source release. -- Pete

Re: Problem with C++ web service sample, was: [VOTE] Publish Tuscany C++ M1 release

2006-07-10 Thread Pete Robbins
Thanks for trying this out. We will add the prereq info to the documentation. Andy, as you are working on the doc ... ;-) Cheers, -- Pete

Re: [C++] M1 release documentation

2006-07-11 Thread Pete Robbins
Many thanks Andy. It looks good. I'll apply the patches later today. On 11/07/06, Andrew Borley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've just added a further patch on that jira that adds a document which explains how to create, build and run a Tuscany SCA C++ component. Cheers Andy On 7/10/06, Andrew

Re: C++ can't get Calculator sample to run

2006-07-12 Thread Pete Robbins
with ASF incompatible licenses then that's a compelling reason not to so they should be listed out in the install notes. Do you have a list of these dependencies with incompatible licenses? Not sure if I've downloaded them so maybe that's why I can't get it to work. ,...ant On 7/12/06, Pete Robbins

[VOTE] Release Tuscany C++ Milestone 1

2006-07-12 Thread Pete Robbins
I have posted a 2nd candidate for the first C++ release here: http://people.apache.org/~robbinspg/RC-2 Please vote to publish the Milestone 1 release distributions. Please take some time to download the distributions, review them and test them in your environment before voting. The vote is

Re: [VOTE] Release Tuscany C++ Milestone 1

2006-07-13 Thread Pete Robbins
was asked to vote on this. And yes as committer I can vote if this is really is ready as a separate distro ? Hmm, a package without a single sample, a single smoke test ? How do I or even you know if it even works? Pete Robbins wrote: I have posted a 2nd candidate for the first C++ release

Re: [VOTE] Release Tuscany C++ Milestone 1

2006-07-13 Thread Pete Robbins
On 13/07/06, Rick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Yep - go for it. You have committer access? Make us some. Well I was asked to vote on this. And yes as committer I can vote if this is really is ready as a separate distro ? Hmm, a package without a single sample, a single smoke test ? How do I or

Re: [VOTE] Release Tuscany C++ Milestone 1

2006-07-13 Thread Pete Robbins
hmm... and there is a samples project in the src release too but I think we need the samples in bin and src release. Cheers On 13/07/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 13/07/06, Rick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Yep - go for it. You have committer access? Make us some. Well I

Fwd: tuSCAny talk at BeJUG

2006-07-13 Thread Pete Robbins
In case anyone hasn't picked this up from the usr list... I'm assuming JUG is Java User Group -- Forwarded message -- From: Stephan Janssen [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: 07-Jul-2006 16:04 Subject: tuSCAny talk at BeJUG To: tuscany-user@ws.apache.org Hi, Is there anybody out there who

Re: tuSCAny talk at BeJUG

2006-07-13 Thread Pete Robbins
On Jul 13, 2006, at 8:50 AM, Pete Robbins wrote: In case anyone hasn't picked this up from the usr list... I'm assuming JUG is Java User Group -- Forwarded message -- From: Stephan Janssen [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: 07-Jul-2006 16:04 Subject: tuSCAny talk at BeJUG To: tuscany-user

Re: [VOTE] Release Tuscany C++ Milestone 1

2006-07-14 Thread Pete Robbins
comments inline: On 14/07/06, Jean-Sebastien Delfino [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I tried the RC2 binary distribution, and was able to run the Calculator samples including the Calculator Web Service. The binary distributions look pretty good to me, I just found a few minor issues that should be

Re: Subject: [VOTE] promote Chianti revolution to main trunk

2006-07-14 Thread Pete Robbins
+1 The trunk is dead. Long live the trunk! -- Pete

Re: Contributing to C++ implementation

2006-07-17 Thread Pete Robbins
Sebastien, good to have you on board! Please feel free to update the doc if you see anything that needs doing. I hope to have an RC3 available today which has (hopefully) better doc and also samples added in to the SDO distribution. I think the only thing missing is the doc on running the SDO

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