owen at discobabe.net
Thu Mar 25 01:05:56 PST 2004
The D-Bus source package does indeed contain some useful pointers in the
form of the source for dbus-send and dbus-monitor in the tools
directory. I also found the Jamboree project in the GNOME CVS useful (I
think the interesting part is in a file called src/dbus.c).
On Thu, 2004-03-25 at 08:01, Jan Ekholm wrote:
> I'm new to the world of D-Bus, and have been trying to get into
> understanding it from a developer's point of view. I'm lacking some more
> or less simple D-Bus aware applications or something like "Hello D-Bus".
> Is there anything like that available? The normal tutorial ends where it
> starts to get interesting. I've found one or two examples on the 'net, but
> they seem to be for a too old version of D-Bus, so they would require a
> lot of changes to even compile with 0.2.
> I also had a look at which packages in Debian depend on the D-Bus,
> packages, but the only relevant one was a Bluez package. No developer
> should have to face the horrors of Bluetooth while learning something
> else. :)
> Maybe the source package has something useful for me? I've so far been
> lazy and just used the prebuilt packages in Debian unstable.
> Jan Ekholm
> He says gods like to see an atheist around. Gives them something to aim at.
> -- Terry Pratchett, Small Gods
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