Koos Vriezen koos.vriezen at xs4all.nl
Sat Dec 24 15:45:26 GMT 2005

On Sat, Dec 24, 2005 at 01:03:02PM -0200, Thiago Macieira wrote:
> Koos Vriezen wrote:
> >If people are given the nice idl compilers, like for DCOP, and the
> >change would be
> >
> >dcop:
> >  mystub = new RemObjStub (dcopname, "name");
> >  mystub->doSomething ();
> >dbus (assuming interface in idl):
> >  mystub = new RemObjStub (service, path);
> >  mystub->doSomething ();
> >
> >I guess that will not put the bar too high, no?
> No, that's fine and will keep on working.
> What I am now wondering is if we need the _skel.cpp files at all. The DBUS 
> bindings use the moc slots directly, so there's no need so far for one.

Makes sense indeed (I wonder why this wasn't done for DCOP actually).

Anyhow, point was that "people have to master more API" doesn't really
apply to application developers (and not using the lowlevel
send/process/..). I guess that in idl/.h files should also be the
interface name somewhere.


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