hp at redhat.com
Sun Nov 4 20:53:16 PST 2007
buhochileno at gmail.com wrote:
> 1.- Can I pass messages between a native (unmanaged code) C/C++ process
> to others C/C++ process and/or managed C# process?.
Yes, the protocol is shared.
> 2.- The "object path" can be a URL from intranet or internet?
No, it is a dbus-specific concept of path. It would normally be a
reverse domain name kind of thing, like
> 3.- is possible to use dbus on windows, any time sone?
I would say it's possible only if you are willing to hack on it / fix
bugs in it on Windows. There should not be much trouble making it work
on Windows, but you should schedule some time to address issues or add
> ..related to the wrappers:
> 4.- dbus-mono, dbus-sharp and NDesk.dbus are the same (they have
> diferent version numbers)?
I'm not sure about this.
> 5.- if I use dbus-sharp, dbus-mono or ndesk-dbus can I attach method to
> a C/C++ -> dbus message?, and viceversa?
When making a remote method call across processes, the two processes can
be implemented in different languages.
> where can I find a tutorial about this technics hopfully with examples?
The documentation I know of is listed on the web site, and there are
lots of open source projects you could look at for examples. Try Google
code search perhaps.
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