excuse me , I lagged behind your work for some weeks.
Has you successfully done a PPA?
I would like to help, too.
Glimmer Labs 提到:
> UPDATE: If you have checked out the branch please update. A
> important file was inadvertently left out.
> I'm working on a PPA to make it easier for people to try it out but
> I've never done any packaging so it might take awhile for me to get it
> set up.
> On Tue, Jul 14, 2009 at 7:50 PM, Bob Jamison<ishmalius@...> wrote:
>> On 7/14/2009 9:34 PM, Ted Gould wrote:
>> I was bouncing my poor ideas off of Peter (a forgiving soul, to be
>> sure), and
>> my thought on the subject would be to have a launcher app that would:
>> 1) Sense if a Dbus framework is already running
>> 2) If not, start a user-level dbus daemon
>> 3) Run Inkscape, use your scripting and extensions
>> 4) When closing Inkscape, if you started your own daemon, close it, too.
>> bob (ishmal)
> This could be done but I don't know how often it would be used. Most
> systems with DBus installed (i.e. any modern Gnome) will have a
> session daemon running for each session. It could be useful for
> people who install DBus just to try out this API, though, and I'd
> certainly want to support those users, so I'll check it out.
> Also I'll have to make sure that a user level DBus daemon could
> provide the default session bus. Otherwise users would have to look
> for the interface on two separate buses (The session bus, or our own
> private bus if that's not running.)
>>> On Tue, 2009-07-14 at 21:05 -0500, Bob Jamison wrote:
>>>> Can someone point me to the discussion about Dbus running on non-Unix boxes?
>>>> This is not a "downstream" thing, of course, but must be addressed at
>>>> the top level.
>>> I'm not sure of authoritative documentation on this. But I know that
>>> the KDE folks are trying to get the environment running on win32. I
>>> believe these are their instructions for getting it built:
>>> It seems that there is a DBus win32 project.
> There is a separate branch of the DBus project called winDBus,
> eventually it plans to merge back into the main project and make DBus
> There are some independent efforts as well and some projects
> (http://www.slurdge.org/deluge-on-windows) already use DBus on
> I looked at the windows version of DBus when I researched my proposal
> for this project. My impression was that it wasn't quite stable but
> that it was being actively worked on.
> My plan was to have it be Unix only at first and add windows support
> when windows DBus has been hammered out a bit more. It may always
> take a little effort to get DBus running on Windows, so I doubt that
> this API will ever be the default on that platform, but it should work
> in native Windows eventually.
> The link Ted gave suggests that DBus on windows might be possible now
> for people running a msvc or minGW environment.
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