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Interlanguage communication, does COM remain the king?

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ashilnayak2



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PostPosted: Mon May 18, 2020 12:32 pm    Post subject: Interlanguage communication, does COM remain the king? Reply with quote

Let's say there is a process that includes multiple components written in different languages (Rust, GO, but mostly C++). I'm looking for a way to communicate (call, share data, etc) between these components. The first thing that comes to mind is to make something similar to COM. Need to implement a codegenerator from IDL to the target languages, sharable data structures, class registry, etc. Looks doable although not trivial. Am I missing something more "modern"?

A simple solution would be just to call functions with serialized data (Cap'n for instance) but I'd like to make more robust OOP framework and to avoid copying data.ss
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