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From Roddie Kieley <rkie...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Introduction
Date Wed, 19 Jun 2013 14:40:00 GMT
Hi Alexander, thanks for the welcome. Not sure what happened with the
patch, I double checked my sent mail and I had attached it. Either way
I have since created  "Celix-72: 'Header Files' sub folder not included in
all folders in generated Xcode project' and attached the patch there.

I am indeed using Xcode, and it apparently uses the Clang C, C++,
Obj-C, and Obj-C++ front-end for the LLVM compiler. Most of my
usage has been C++/Obj-C++ but it looks like C/Obj-C is also
no problem, which has been my experience with Celix thus far.

As such, the discussion surrounding a wrapped and/or native C++
implementation is of interest and I will review the attached
links to get up to speed. Wrt Remote Services will keep my
eye out for more information on the specific goals of the weekend
and see if there's an area I can make a contribution to remotely.


On Wed, Jun 19, 2013 at 10:41 AM, Alexander Broekhuis <a.broekhuis@gmail.com
> wrote:

> Hi Roddie,
> 2013/6/19 Roddie Kieley <rkieley@gmail.com>
> > Hi folks, just wanted to say a quick hello after hearing about Celix
> > from Jamie Goodyear, of Karaf, when he mentioned it during one
> > of our study group meetings recently where the subject was OSGi.
> >
> Welcome to Celix! An extra pair of eyes is always welcome!
> > At the moment I'm looking at spending some time developing
> > Celix as I'd like to use it to manage the lifecycle and modularization
> > of a back-end game server I've been working on the last little
> > bit. As such, I've made some first minor changes to the
> > CMakeLists.txt files adding a few lines to a few of the list files
> > so that the included headers would show up properly in the
> > generated Xcode project, which is my tool of choice at the
> > moment. See attached for a patch if it's of any interest.
> >
> Did you perhaps forget to attach the patch? Either way, the preferred
> method for patches/issues is our Jira project at [1]. If you could create
> one or more issues over there and attach the patches I will take a look and
> see if there are any problems wrt Eclipse etc.
> Out of curiosity, you are using XCode? Does it handle C properly? If so, I
> think it would be a nice addition to our supported IDE's!
> >
> > Looking forward to hearing more about the upcoming
> > mini-hackathon and where I could potentially focus my
> > efforts to best help the community.
> >
> Do you have any specific area where your interests are? I guess/hope that
> the hackathon will focus on Remote Services. Another area which is rather
> new, but also interesting, is Native-OSGi and the specification work we
> want to start on. See [2] and [3] for some more info.
> Thanks for your interest!
> [1]: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CELIX
> [2]: http://incubator.markmail.org/thread/jbv7ytketpms56hc
> [3]: http://blog.cppmicroservices.org/2013/06/14/native-osgi-rfp/
> --
> Met vriendelijke groet,
> Alexander Broekhuis

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