omniORB development happens in Subversion. See the omniORB SourceForge
develop page for generic instructions, or browse
The repository contains the following directories:
contains the current unstable development version.
contains stable branches of omniORB. omniORB and omniORBpy releases
are synchronised with each other, so the branches are named after the
is the current stable branch, containing omniORB and omniORBpy 4.2.x.
contains tagged releases.
contains testing code from the CORBA Open Source Testing project.
old_* contain old branches and tags resulting form the conversion from
If you want the latest cut from Subversion without doing a checkout,
you can download nightly snapshots of the main branches from this page.
Checkouts are built in the same way as a release. Note that to build
omniORBpy on Windows or other platforms using the traditional build
system, you must checkout the
omniORBpy package within
src/lib directory of an omniORB tree. With the
autoconf build on Unix platforms, it can be checked out anywhere.