OK... there are a couple of fixes for VC7 compilation plus some copyright/licence issues that will be resolved. I will respin the distro in the next few hours and put up the candidate for a vote.
On 06/07/06, Edward Slattery <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Ive downloaded and built the src distro 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 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > The problem appears to be that WinXP expanding of a compressed folder can > not expand the tuscany_sca_cpp-0.1.incubating-M1-src.zip (despite the fact > that it was used to create the zip in the first place!). This zip can be > successfully extracted using WinZip or even jar -xf so I am not going 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 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 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 The website documentation is out of date and will be re-written to 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 > > > with what is in the release. Hopefully this will be done tomorrow. > > > > > > A Calculator sample is included which demonstrates deploying an SCA > > > module, component wiring, locating and invoking C++ service from > > > C++ component, invoking from a C++ client, and exposing a service as > a web > > > service using ws binding. > > > > > > > > > Release Summary > > > ============= > > > > > > Tuscany SCA C++ provides a runtime implementation for the Service > > > Component > > > Architecture 0.9 specification, written in C++ and will currently > > > support C++ > > > component implementation types. This is not yet a complete > > > implementation and > > > known restrictions are described below. > > > > > > Supported SCA Assembly Model features > > > * All features are supported unless listed under the known > > > restrictions > > > below. See SCA Assembly Model specification. > > > > > > Supported language bindings > > > * Component implementations written in C++. See SCA Client and > > > Implementation Model specification. > > > * Component interfaces described by C++ classes. See SCA Client and > > > Implementation Model specification. > > > > > > Supported external service and entry point bindings > > > * The web service binding is supported. This implementation will > > > support > > > web services which using document literal SOAP bindings conforming > > > to the > > > WS-I basic profile (rpc/encoded is not yet supported). > > > > > > Known restrictions > > > * Subsystem: wiring, entry points and external services are not > > > supported. > > > * Local service interfaces cannot use overloaded operations (the SCA > > > specification limits remote service interfaces to not using > > > overloaded operations). > > > * Each WSDL definition for a web service binding must be in a single > > > WSDL document. > > > * No load time validation of the deployed SCA application (run time > > > validation only). > > > * No metadata API. > > > -- > > > Pete > > > > > > > > > > > -- > > > > Pete > > > > > > -- > Pete > >