D-BUS required changes in KDE 4
ralf.habacker at freenet.de
Mon May 29 16:58:29 BST 2006
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Thiago Macieira schrieb:
> Olivier Goffart wrote:
>> But I think (I'm absolutely not sure) that D-Bus can automatically start
>> service when they are required. Maybe we can play with that.
> Right now, it can't.
> The proposed solution would work on Unix/X11 only and would be dependent
> on the X server being active.
> I have no idea how a similar solution would be on Windows. If it has
> auto-startable services, it's a possibility. The great problem is finding
> out the address of the bus server: if it isn't well-known (as is the case
> of the Unix session daemon), it would be a problem.
The unix dbus daemon has build in default settings for the system and
session bus. This could be done similar under windows. Tor Lillquist's
dbus patches for windows uses tcp for the transport. It uses a random
tcp port, but save it into into a file, which could have a well known
path similar to the unix domain socket protocol.
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