GDbus new bindings
djenkins at mvista.com
Thu Jul 22 02:55:07 PDT 2010
On 21 July 2010 16:24, David Zeuthen <zeuthen at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 9:39 AM, Mohamed Ikbel Boulabiar
> <boulabiar at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I haven't seen a separate thread announcement here for the GDbus new
>> What's the status/future of this bindings ?
> These bindings are part of the upcoming GLib 2.26 release - they
> haven't been announced on this list but has been discussed a couple of
> times. These D-Bus bindings are pretty much complete, we are currently
> only tweaking stuff.
>> And where can I find example files showing very simple use (exporting
>> objects, listening to signals, ...) ?
>> I am still very new to GDBus, so I have just generated code from an xml file
>> using gdbus-codegen (which was named gdbus-binding-tool one month ago right
> For the record, gdbus-codegen(1) is here
> and isn't yet done (although I'm pretty sure the API of generated code
> isn't going to change much). For starters, the code generated is way
> too big - if we're a bit more careful we can probably fix that. The
> long term plan is to move gdbus-codegen(1) into GLib - that will
> happen for 2.28 - we're not in a hurry to finish that part of the
> gdbus effort.
>> I need some example to speed up with my testing and code.
> The gdbus core bindings have tons of examples, see
> The gdbus-codegen(1) tool also have a good amount of documention,
> here's a snapshot
> but note that gdbus-codegen(1) is still in flux.
Perhaps you could explain the difference between GDBus and glib-dbus ?
Is glib-dbus dead and is GDBus the new thing in town. Or are they both
separate entities in their own right ?
Are their any advantages of GDBus over glib-dbus ?
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