Domain.pidl File Reference

Pre-compiled IDL source for the CORBA::Domain related classes. More...

import "Policy.pidl";
import "InterfaceDef.pidl";

Namespaces

namespace  CORBA

Classes

interface  CORBA::DomainManager
interface  CORBA::ConstructionPolicy

Typedefs

typedef sequence< DomainManager > CORBA::DomainManagerList

Variables

const PolicyType CORBA::SecConstruction = 11


Detailed Description

Pre-compiled IDL source for the CORBA::Domain related classes.

Id
Domain.pidl,v 1.1.1.4.2.1 2005/07/06 15:46:06 chad Exp

This file was used to generate the code in DomainC.{h,inl,cpp}.

The steps to regenerate the code are as follows:

1. Run the tao_idl compiler on the patched pidl file. The command used for this is:

tao_idl -o orig -Gp -Gd -Ge 1 -GT -GA -Wb,export_macro=TAO_Export -Wb,export_include=TAO_Export.h -Wb,pre_include="ace/pre.h" -Wb,post_include="ace/post.h" Domain.pidl

2. Then patch the generated code. This patch (a) eliminates cycles in the include dependencies.

Apply patches using the following commands:

cp orig/DomainC.{h,i,cpp} . cp orig/Domain{S,S_T}.{h,i,cpp} Domain patch < diffs/Domain.diff

3. You'll have to move the Domain skeleton files from TAO/tao to the TAO_Domain library by hand.

Note: The diffs were generated with these commands:

for i in DomainC.{h,cpp}; do diff -wBbu orig/$i $i; done > diffs/Domain.diff


Generated on Wed Nov 23 16:00:57 2005 for TAO by  doxygen 1.4.5