R2CORBA 1.3.1 released

Remedy IT is pleased to announce the release of version 1.3.1 of
R2CORBA, an implementation of the Ruby CORBA Language mapping
(RCLM). This software is provided as Open Source.

R2CORBA provides a 100% OMG RCLM compliant CORBA implementation for MRI
and JRuby running on Windows (32bit and 64bit) and Linux (32bit and
64bit) featuring:

  • 100% native Ruby IDL compiler;
  • support for direct IDL inclusion in Ruby code;
  • support for Ruby CORBA clients;
  • support for Ruby CORBA servants;
  • support for all IDL defined datatypes;
  • and moreā€¦

The most important changes in this release are:

  • NEW: support for MRI 2.0.0
  • NEW: support for Windows 64bit (MRI 2.0.0 only)
  • validated with JacORB 3.2
  • validated with JRuby 1.7.3
  • validated with TAO 2.1.8
  • various bugfixes
  • and more (see the CHANGES document in the distribution)

You can read more about R2CORBA and the RCLM at the Wiki of the R2CORBA
project at http://osportal.remedy.nl/projects/r2corba.
You can also browse the code repository there at

You can find tutorials (http://www.orbzone.org/node/132) and real world
user stories (http://www.orbzone.org/node/151) at

Download packages (both binary and sourcecode) are available at

Prebuilt RPMs for ACE/TAO and R2CORBA can be downloaded from the
Build Service (OBS) for various platforms like:
CentOS 5/6, Fedora 16/17/18, RHEL5,
Mandriva 2009.1/2010/2010.1/2011,
SLE11/SLE11SP1/SLESP2, SuSE11.4/12.1/12.2/12.3/Factory/Factory
You can find these packages through the OpenSuSE package search tool at
http://software.opensuse.org/122/en or you can view the entire list of
package repositories here:
/repositories/devel:/libraries:/ACE:/micro - openSUSE Download