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Subject: Re: [sca-c-cpp] ISSUE 41: Importing/Exporting Header files


This makes a lot of sense to me.

SCA Assembly will define the import / export of SCA artifacts like Composites and also XML items like WSDL files.

It seems sensible for the C/C++ TC to define the import / export of purely C/C++ artifacts such as header files and executables.

Yours,  Mike.

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Bryan Aupperle <aupperle@us.ibm.com>

06/06/2008 18:28

[sca-c-cpp] ISSUE 41: Importing/Exporting Header files

We talked about importing and exporting executable files between contributions.  What do you think about importing and exporting header files (for interfaces).  This potentially would make it possible to avoid having to have multiple copies of these files in contributions (i.e. if a component in contribution A has a reference to a service provided by a component in contribution B then either both composites have the interface header or B exports it and A imports it).

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