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From dsh <daniel.hais...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [Report] Apache Celix Hackathon
Date Thu, 11 Jul 2013 13:54:28 GMT

there might be a slight misconception between Bonjour and Avahi and what
each of both is. Avahi implements Zeroconf. That is the standard. Bonjour
is Apples implementation of Zeroconf and Avahi actually provides a Bonjour
compatibility layer. That means programs linked against Bonjour could as
well run with Avahi with the appropriate degree of luck.

Avahi is available on most if not all Linux distros and on BSD. Where
Bonjour is more or less OSX specific. That means both are complementary in
a way if you'd like to target Linux, Unix and OSX and thus your code base
must address this. AFAIK you are using CMake which could provide the
appropriate macros to allow building Celix against Avahi on Linux/Unix and
against Bonjour on OSX.


On Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 8:46 PM, Pepijn Noltes <pepijnnoltes@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi All,
> Sunday June 30th 2013, a Apache Celix (mini) hackathon was hosted by
> Thales in Hengelo. Present where Pepijn (Thales), Alexander (Luminis),
> Jorge (Thales) and Nour (Hippo). The morning was spend discussing the
> concepts of OSGi, the ideas behind remote services, setting up the
> development environment, building Apache Celix and discussing which
> DNS-SD framework (Bonjour, Avahi) we would like to use. For the DNS-SD
> framework we decided to use apple's bonjour, because this is
> distributed under the Apache license.
> In the afternoon we started programming on Apache Celix and Amdatu
> Remote Services. For Amdatu Remote Services we were able to discover
> and use services from different system using DNS-SD. For Apache Celix
> we where able to register and discover services with DNS-SD, but we
> did not have enough time left to integrate the discovery with the
> topology manager. We ended the day with beers and diner on a terrace
> in the - uhum - bustling city Hengelo.
> Personally I think this was a good hackathon. We achieved progress on
> remote services for Apache Celix and Amdatu Remote Service, had some
> interesting discussion about Apache Celix and the Apache Software
> Foundation in general and - hopefully - created a better understanding
> of the benefits of OSGi and - for c - Apache Celix.
> Greetings,
> Pepijn

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