nigel_benns at rogers.com
Fri Nov 19 11:50:13 EST 2004
I started checking the sourcecode for Beagle, but it was like learning to
fly before I could walk.
I hunted down that readme, and now I get it... I'll have to do a test
Hello-World type app when I get home, and then when all is cool, added to
the app I'm working on.
As usual with C#, nothing is that hard, its just a matter of understanding
the API before you do it. :)
> There's a page on the dbus homepage which lists implementations (see
> those marked M). It's unfortunately down at the moment but here's the
> google cache:
> The README in the the mono directory of the dbus source has provides a
> brief explanation. There's also a couple of examples in the example
> In fact, if it's plain old RPC then there really isn't much you need to
> add to your code other than some MethodAttributes on the server side and
> a couple of lines to get your object on the client side.
> If, on the other hand, you want to write some client code which uses an
> existing dbus service then you just need to write stubs for the server-
> side functions. In the HAL source tree on freedesktop.org is a module
> called hal-sharp which does this.
> For a larger example you could look at permovi
> <http://forge.novell.com/modules/xfmod/project/?permovi> although it's
> fairly non-functional and probably a little hard to see the woods for
> the trees.
> On Thu, 2004-11-18 at 13:57 -0500, Nigel Benns wrote:
>> Does anyone know where there is a good basic example of using Dbus with
>> I don't know where else to ask this, and searching google only turns up
>> examples (reading C is like pulling teeth to me).
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