HAL 0.1 release
Bryan W. Headley
bwheadley at earthlink.net
Sat Oct 11 01:39:35 EEST 2003
Havoc Pennington wrote:
> There are two kinds of information. On the one hand a "class hierarchy"
> of devices:
> Device -> Network Device -> Modem -> Hayes-compatible Modem
> On the other hand, for a particular device instance, what classes is it
> a member of.
The example though is really cool. Now this device obviously is detached
from your Linux system, although there's no law that says it cannot be
running an embedded Linux...
One assumes that announcing its availability is the responsibility of
the Network Device. This means that dbus is behaving like
message-oriented middleware, broadcasting on a subject that one-to-many
listeners have subscribed to? I wasn't completely sure that dbus did that.
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Bryan W. Headley - bwheadley at earthlink.net
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