Thiago Macieira thiago at kde.org
Tue Mar 16 23:24:10 PDT 2010

Em Quarta-feira 17. Março 2010, às 07.05.02, Cem Eliguzel escreveu:
> Thanks Thiago.
> What I don't understand is why there does not exist  a propagation
> mechanism from dbus to applications via function
> callbacks in order to handle disconnection mechanism.

There is. If you disable exit-on-disconnect, then the library will tell you 
that the DBusConnection disconnected. You should cleanly exit the application 
at that point.

> Also, I strive to understand why the connection is broken. It's not because
> of the fact that dbus-daemon died.
> The dbus-daemon and thus the session is still alive. The application can
> reconnect the dbus session next time
> it is launched.

Then it's because you sent something broken to the bus. When that happens, the 
bus disconnects you.

> And, I can't see anything wrong with the dbus communictaion. Here is the
> last few messages printed by dbus-monitor:

You won't see broken messages in dbus-monitor.

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