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Group :: System/Servers
Source RPM: dbus
Current version: 1.10.24-alt4.M80P.1
Built: about 3 years ago
Size: 1.07 MB
Repocop status: skip
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License: AFL/GPL
Summary: D-BUS is a simple IPC framework based on messages.

D-BUS is a system for low-latency, low-overhead, easy to use interprocess
communication (IPC). In more detail:

o D-BUS is low-latency because it is designed to avoid round trips and
allow asynchronous operation, much like the X protocol.

o D-BUS is low-overhead because it uses a binary protocol, and does not
have to convert to and from a text format such as XML. Because D-BUS is
intended for potentially high-resolution same-machine IPC, not primarily
for Internet IPC, this is an interesting optimization.

o D-BUS is easy to use because it works in terms of messages rather than
byte streams, and automatically handles a lot of the hard IPC issues.
Also, the D-BUS library is designed to be wrapped in a way that lets
developers use their framework's existing object/type system, rather
than learning a new one specifically for IPC.

This package contains D-BUS daemon and system utilities.

List of contributors:

List of rpms provided by this srpm:
  • dbus
  • dbus-debuginfo
  • dbus-tools
  • dbus-tools-debuginfo
  • dbus-tools-gui
  • dbus-tools-gui-debuginfo
  • libdbus
  • libdbus-debuginfo
  • libdbus-devel
  • libdbus-devel-debuginfo
Recent changes (last three changelog entries):

2018-02-16 Valery Inozemtsev 1.10.24-alt4.M80P.1

    - dbus-tools-gui does not require /etc/X11/xinit.d (closes: #34549)

2018-02-14 Valery Inozemtsev 1.10.24-alt3.M80P.1

    - fixed systemctl path (closes: #34515)

2018-02-08 Valery Inozemtsev 1.10.24-alt2.M80P.1

    - reenable user session (closes: #34515)
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