Which set of platforms/languages should be able to access the messaging system?

Fortran and other legacy codes might easily be able to create a message with a given syntax regardless of the transport method used. One use case to consider is that of an existing F77 theory code that might easily be modified to display table/image results using this system. --Mike

Platforms: Windows XP, Mac OSX, Linux. That is, all the desktop platforms in common use. This might seem obvious, but it eliminates some Unix-only solutions.

Languages/environments: for clients, at least C#, C, C++, Java, Perl, Python, TCL, IDL. Fortran would be nice. (Of course, with a wire protocol like XMLRPC, we'll get many other languages "for free").

-- JohnTaylor - 08 Feb 2007

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