oFono, a FSO Clone from Intel and Nokia
Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman)
raster at rasterman.com
Mon May 18 07:57:46 CEST 2009
On Sun, 17 May 2009 20:30:51 +1000 (EST) "NeilBrown" <neilb at suse.de> said:
> On Sun, May 17, 2009 6:42 pm, Klaus 'mrmoku' Kurzmann wrote:
> > Am Sonntag 17 Mai 2009 10:23:42 schrieb Franky Van Liedekerke:
> >> On Sun, 17 May 2009 02:13:39 +0200
> >> "Michael 'Mickey' Lauer" <mickey at vanille-media.de> wrote:
> >> > On Sunday 17 May 2009 02:05:09 Franky Van Liedekerke wrote:
> >> > > I totally agree with with this point of view. Don't let the
> >> > > competition get to you, just be the best.
> >> > > Personally, I don't believe in fso, but that's because I don't like
> >> > > python, nothing else :-)
> >> >
> >> > Aha, so you don't believe in the API because you don't like the
> >> > language the first implementation is in?
> >> totally different story. I can't judge the API, because I never played
> >> around in developing in FSO to get to know the API.
> > well... one of the advantages of a dbus API is, that you can play around
> > with
> > it in pretty any language you like, no?
> Shell scripts ???
> I must confess that I abandoned FSO some time ago because I don't
> like D-BUS.
> My own little toy stack uses files to pass data between applications.
> dnotify and locks make up most of the rest of the picture. Oh, and
> "exec" to invoke some service like sending a txt message.
> I modified gsm0710muxd to listen on a unix-domain socket so I could
> avoid D-BUS there too. Admittedly shell scripts cannot talk to
> unix domain sockets either ... and I am almost tempted to added
> support for AF_INET sockets so that I can use netcat to talk to
> it. But I haven't yet.
> I suspect there is a good chance I will get sick of building my
> on stack one day and use something supported by someone else, but
> for now I'm having fun. I'm actually a big fan of the Knights of NIH :-)
just like unix sockets - you need to write a unitl to connect and deliver
stdin/out to/from the socket for you. no reason you cant do that with dbus
too... as it is just also a unix socket (with an agreed on protocol on top) :)
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