dbus_g_proxy_call or dbus_g_proxy_call_no_reply?

Thiago Macieira thiago at kde.org
Thu Dec 7 09:53:04 PST 2006

Havoc Pennington wrote:
>Frédéric DALLEAU wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I wrote a DBus Method.
>> I passed the caller from dbus_g_proxy_call to
>> dbus_g_proxy_call_no_reply.
>> What happen if I send the response even if the caller do not wait for
>> the answer.
>> Can I safely remove the response creation from the method call.
>> Are there any drawbacks?
>If the caller specifies the "no reply" flag, then you can optimize by
>not sending a reply. However, the optimization is not required; if you
>send the reply, the caller should ignore it.

On the other hand, if the flag isn't specified, you must send a reply.

You probably knew that already, but it's good to be sure of it.

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