You got my attention already :-) I don't know if that is feasible, but
having something like a one-day brainstorming meeting in real life would
definitely get things rolling much faster. The main developers of the
C++ OSGi projects are all living in Germany and the Netherlands are not
far away. If people are interested, maybe there is an opportunity to
Good idea. I also think it would be wise not to wait to long with
this, so maybe its possible to arrange something the first half year
of 2012 ?
I agree, lets try to plan something for this. Any ideas on location/date?
We should probably start by contacting maintainers of the other frameworks.
Maybe a step to far, but isn't a idea - instead of just adding a C++
wrapper - to develop Celix as a SOA framework where C and C++
services/bundles can be transparently combined? In other words
services - written in C or C++ - should always expose a C and C++
interface. This way Celix could be an interesting framework for
projects which want combine C and C++ without resolving to extern "C"
I don't think this idea is a step to far, being able to mix c and c++
services/bundles (ie one common service type/description) would be a big