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Re: [E-devel] Ecore_DBus

On Sat, 23 Sep 2006 21:06:56 -0500 Brian Mattern <brian.mattern@gmail.com>

> Is anyone out there currently using Ecore_DBus?
> After the notification spec was brought up, I decided to finally check
> ecore_dbus out. I've implemented a few of the missing things (receiving
> method calls, sending signals, getting the standard bus addresses from
> the environment, ...). In the course of doing this, though, I decided to
> break the api of ecore_dbus_new_method_call() in order to keep the
> parameters in a consistant ordering with some new methods (and with the spec).
> I still need to do some testing of the new code, so I probably won't
> commit for a few more days. But, the functions signature hasn't changed,
> just the ordering of some char *'s, so if anyone is currently using it,
> things will silently break.

/me sings "like a virgin... touched for the very first time!"

(you get the idea) :)

> Just a heads up.
> rephorm.
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