[jcifs] a volunteer
sharathreddy at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 16 05:23:35 EST 2002
Cool! I'll keep you posted.
--- "Michael B. Allen" <miallen at eskimo.com> wrote:
> On Sat, 14 Sep 2002 15:11:40 -0700 (PDT)
> sharath reddy <sharathreddy at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've been using Samba for a while now, and
> > got interested in the Samba internals. When I
> posted a
> > question on samba-technical, Chris directed me to
> > jCIFS project.
> > I have browsed through the SNIA doc, and am
> > familiar with the CIFS protocol. I've looked
> > at the source code for jCIFS, and was
> > very OO and the framework can be easily extended.
> > I would like to get involved and contribute to the
> > project, but am not sure how. I'm primarily a Java
> > programmer right now, and also do some Perl
> > If there is something specific I can work on, I
> > love to do that. Otherwise I was thinking of
> > at creating a framework for DCE/RPC calls. I've
> > at the network traces generated by Samba's
> > and read the DCE/RPC book by Luke Leighton. Is
> > something people would be interested in?
> Definately. You have full multipart transact pipes
> so it's primed and ready
> to go. You just need the PDU layer some NDR stuff
> and a little crypto. Not
> like it be easy though. If you did it that would be
> great. I can't seem to
> bring myself to dive into it yet. I think
> people would really do great
> stuff with RPC funcs in jCIFS.
> > Thanks,
> > Sharath
> > =====
> > Sharath Reddy
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> A program should be written to model the concepts
> of the task it
> performs rather than the physical world or a process
> because this
> maximizes the potential for it to be applied to
> tasks that are
> conceptually similar and more importantly to tasks
> that have not
> yet been conceived.
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