hp at redhat.com
Thu May 27 13:31:00 PDT 2004
I think maybe this is more evidence that we need to get the
GLib/Qt/Python bindings done; Seth and Dan were just bitching to me
about the raw C API, which is indeed a low-level thing designed to
implement bindings and not much else.
The way this is supposed to look in the GLib bindings:
proxy = dbus_gproxy_new_for_service (connection,
dbus_gproxy_connect_signal (proxy, "Frobated", handler, data);
That's it - which is really very easy to use. And get rid of the
C-specific dbus_gproxy_ prefixing and so forth and you can see how in
Python or C++ or whatever it will be even easier.
Maybe this answers one of the questions in the TODO, which is whether
dbus/dbus.h should be included when you include the glib bindings - I
think the answer is no, we should do a full opaque wrapper that bumps
the API to the higher object-based level.
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