This way, any of the 8152 counted by Michi in its september foreword can have its own translator and code generator.
marc wrote: »
Supporting this [IPv6] is trivial. We do this as soon as IPv6 becomes relevant
feathers wrote: »
Three years have passed since the above statement was made. Today, a google of IPv4 yields 9M hits. A google of IPv6 yields 16M hits.
Does ICE now support IPv6? (I searched the PDF version of the ICE 3.2.0 manual, but found no reference to IPv6.)
matthew wrote: »
"Show me the money" - Jerry Maguire (1996)
drewb3 wrote: »
IIt would be very cool if ICE were able to communicate via shared memory for machine-local connections.
I strong suggest supporting mysql, oracle...
And I hope there is a ORM in future like Hibernat for Java.
Is this a dream or does this never become true?