Perl doesn't have a standard
CORBA binding yet, to my regret.
Notice that Python already has one. Therefore, the API of each CORBA binding
on CPAN is specific to a particular CORBA implementation:
I tried CORBA::ORBit a couple of months ago, and comparing the interface
existing specifications for various language mappings
, I can say that it's already close to them. (But why is nobody work on a Perl language mapping specification??)
The ORBit itself has a relatively good performance. See
for comparison to other implementations.
I don't know why Perl community seems to lack of interest on CORBA.
Perhaps because many CORBA implementations uses multithreading for concurrency.