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Re: Strawman OPES Charter
> Alex Rousskov wrote:
> P interpreter should be free to implement "supportsFoo()" call via
> OCP negotiation with the service if static information about Foo
> support is not available, right?
On Wed, 14 Jul 2004, Geetha Manjunath wrote:
> So I beleive, it becomes mandatory to explicitly define 'how to
> interface external modules to P?'
Mandatory only if by "external modules" you mean "OCP-speaking OPES
services". Interfacing with them is required for OPES framework to be
complete. Interfacing with something else (e.g., a Java class
implementing a content adaptation service, C library implementing
P/HTTP module, or an ICAP service) is not required/mandatory.
Are we on the same page?