how to run 2 different dbus versions?
John (J5) Palmieri
johnp at redhat.com
Wed Jul 20 22:47:45 EST 2005
On Wed, 2005-07-20 at 13:28 +0200, Kristof Vansant wrote:
> In this I mean:
> Is it possible to have 0.34 running so apps using this won't break.
> But also have 0.35.2 so I can experiment with the new api?
> How do you guys setup your boxes to do development and still have a
> usable system?
Simple I break everything that way it gets fixed ;-)
0.34 -> 0.35.2 won't break any core apps. Only those using the GLib
bindings (apart from the mainloop) and some Python apps. Of course
there is a complicated set of procedures you can do to test your own
apps with a new version of the bus that I need to sit down and write at
some point. It really only works well if you are testing on a session
bus. It involves compiling dbus to a different prefix, using that
dbus-launch to launch a terminal with a session bus attached and then
running from there. xterm works best for this since enviorment
variables are kept when you launch an xterm from another xterm.
xterm prompt>xterm &
This way they both get the address to the bus and you can run a client
and server in each term window.
At some point when I have time I will write up a real debugging guide
with all this info.
John (J5) Palmieri <johnp at redhat.com>
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