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CORBA scripting with Tcl

Combat is a CORBA Object Request Broker that allows the implementation of CORBA clients and servers in the Tcl programming language.

On the client side, Combat is not only useful to easily test-drive existing CORBA servers, including the ability for rapid prototyping or to interactively interface with servers from a console, but makes Tcl an exciting language for distributed programming. Also, Tk allows to quickly develop attractive user interfaces accessing CORBA services. Server-side scripting using [incr Tcl] classes also offers a wide range of possibilities.

Combat is compatible with the CORBA 3.0 specification including the IIOP protocol, and has been tested to interoperate with a wide range of open-source and commercial ORBs, including MICO, TAO and ORBexpress.

Combat is written in pure Tcl, allowing it to run on all platforms supported by Tcl, which is a much wider range than supported by any other ORB.

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The Combat ORB
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Combat is a CORBA Object Request Broker (ORB) that allows the
implementation of CORBA clients and servers in the Tcl programming
language.

On the client side, Combat is not only useful to easily test-drive
existing CORBA servers, including 
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/usr/share/doc/tcl-combat/examples/account/README.txt

This demo illustrates implementing a CORBA server using Combat, and a
graphical client that uses Combat to access the server via CORBA.

First, run server.tcl.  The server writes its object reference to the
file "server.ior" in the current directory, prints "Running." to the
console, and then runs until terminated.

While the server is running, run client.tcl.  The client brings up a
simple graphi
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/usr/share/doc/tcl-combat/examples/random/README.txt

Note: at the time of this writing (November 2008), the CORBA interface to
the random number service is not functional, and the Web site below only
says "to do."

This demo retrieves true random numbers from a CORBA server on the internet,
so running the client requires a live internet connection.

  See http://www.random.org/
  and http://www.random.org/clients/corba/

The client retrieves the se
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/usr/share/doc/tcl-combat/changelog.Debian.gz

combat (0.8.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Initial packaging. Closes: #636333.

 -- Thomas Girard <
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Changes in Combat 0.8.1 (August 1, 2011)
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- Fixed updated name for TAO namin
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