OpenDDS is an open source C++ implementation of the Object Management Group (OMG) Data Distribution Service (DDS). Java applications can use OpenDDS through JNI bindings. OpenDDS is supported by OCI and the source code is hosted on GitHub.
Current Release: OpenDDS 3.9
Release notes for Version 3.9 of OpenDDS
Version 3.9 of OpenDDS.
- Updated how DataWriter QoS is interpreted by internal data strucutres:
- RESOURCE_LIMITS.max_samples_per_instance controls total samples that can be stored per instance, independent of HISTORY
- HISTORY.depth controls number of samples (per instance) that will be made
available to late-joining readers if DURABILITY is enabled
- KEEP_ALL history uses max_samples_per_instance as its depth
- WriteDataContainer is more eager to remove samples that are no longer needed
- WriteDataContainer will not remove samples that are required to implement DURABILITY, hence if RELIABILITY is enabled this can block a write() just like other “no resource available” scenarios
Fixed an RTPS interoperability issue with the new ParticipantMessageData messages (used for liveliness)
Enhanced RTPS support for DURABILITY QoS enabling faster reader/writer associations when DURABILITY is in use (set to TRANSIENT_LOCAL)
RTPS Discovery has a new option “SpdpLocalAddress” which can be used to bind SPDP’s socket to a particular network interface
InfoRepo discovery will use TAO’s BiDir GIOP feature to reduce number of sockets needed (disable with -DCPSBidirGIOP 0)
Intermediate Type Language (itl), a helper library used by the OpenDDS wireshark dissector, is now included in the source tree in tools/IntermediateTypeLang. itl depends on the 3rd-pary lib rapidjson. When running the configure script, use –rapidjson=
Corrected makefile generation for Java bindings with IDL bounded strings
Fixed a bug where some header files would be missing from “make install”
“make install” now works with Java bindings
Configure script: now supports FreeBSD, Mac OS X El Capitan, and cross-compiles for Linux targets (Raspberry Pi and Intel Edison tested). The configure script attempts to find the JDK if invoked with –java.
- cross-compilation now works with Java bindings, including use of JRE compact1
Using the GitHub “releases” page
Download OpenDDS-3.9.zip (Windows) or OpenDDS-3.9.tar.gz (Linux/Solaris/MacOSX) instead of using the GitHub-generated “source code” links.
Download OpenDDS-3.9.zip (Windows)
Download OpenDDS-3.9.tar.gz (Linux/Solaris/MacOSX)
The NEWS file contains release notes for all previous releases.