Hi everyone -- I noticed that there aren't any C++ ORBs packages with Fedora. Although there is a C++ binding for ORBit2, it is not package, and worse than that, it is broken (the code it generates is not valid C++ and does not compile). MICO and OmniORB are both working and licensed under LGPL. Perhaps we should include one of them? MICO is stable and well known, and several books have been written about it, so it would seem to be a good first choice. However, OmniORB has both C++ and Python bindings, and so it might be more useful for Fedora (although ORBit also has Python bindings, so that point may be moot). -- Benjamin Kreuter
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