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Are the AllJoyn JNI wrappers available as open source?

asked 2015-12-16 10:03:43 -0700

jbyrnescu gravatar image

If so, where can I get them? I need to implement AllJoyn libraries for Mac.

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answered 2015-12-16 12:05:08 -0700

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The source of AllJoyn JNI wrappers, for Standard Core Library, can be found here.

AllJoyn Java bindings for Standard Core Library, which depend on the JNI wrappers, have been built and tested on Linux and Windows.

It might be the case that you would need to make some minor modifications to get the AllJoyn Java bindings working on Mac.

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JNI stands for Java Native Interface. AllJoyn Standard Core library and AllJoyn Routing node are written in C++. To make AllJoyn Core functionality available to Java applications, JNI wrappers have been developed.

praveenb ( 2015-12-16 12:54:05 -0700 )edit

Objective-C is the primary language in which OSX/iOS application are developed. To make AllJoyn Core functionality available to OSX/iOS applications, ObjC wrappers have been developed. JNI and ObjC wrappers are completely independent of one another and serve different programming languages.

praveenb ( 2015-12-16 12:54:26 -0700 )edit
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