1 Sep 2004, 13:28 - time to think
While discussing what tools will be used in OpenT120 *rebooted*, I've realized that C# was a great choice but that would bring a few problems, such as dependencies, once .NET libraries are assemblies which need a runtime environment (just like Java); i've been unable to find a
free ASN.1 compiler/parser which generates C# classes and PER (de)encoder; there is already Pwlib which returns C++; etc.
I will discuss this in more detail with Joao and Hugo, and some others that are interested in this project. If you are one of those guys,
please reach me by e-mail so I can take your tip(s).
31 Aug 2004, 15:48 - Reboot
After 17 months in the dark, OpenT120 rises once again!
As Hugo and Joao quit the project, I've decided to take it. I realize that this is a very big/busy/complex project, and I know that I'm going to spend
hours and hours reading, coding, arguing, sleeping, etc. But I have the will to, so let's see what I am able to do.
For now i'm going to re-read the ITU docs and the current CVS code just to be on what I'm really supposed to do. By the way, I'm searching for a free
ASN.1 parser/compiler for C# and a PER encoder/decoder, in order to migrate the code from C++ to C#. If you have any suggestions, comments, money
for donation, or if you're just a preety girl, don't hesitate and contact me by e-mail.
OpenT120's website is *temporarily* non-acessible using the www.opent120.org domain. Also
the IRC channel at freenode.net is no longer used for the purposes described in a previous new.