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DBus Sharp http://mono.github.com/dbus-sharp
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D-Bus for .NET ============== This is a fork of ndesk-dbus, which is a C# implementation of D-Bus. It's often referred to as "managed D-Bus" to avoid confusion with existing bindings (which wrap libdbus). See http://mono.github.com/dbus-sharp/ for our fork - Tarball download: http://github.com/mono/dbus-sharp/downloads - GitHub repository: http://www.github.com/mono/dbus-sharp - Reporting bugs: http://github.com/mono/dbus-sharp/issues See http://www.ndesk.org/DBusSharp for Alp Toker's original project D-Bus is an inter-process communication framework that lets applications interface with the system event bus as well as allowing them to talk to one another in a peer-to-peer configuration. See http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/dbus for general information on the D-Bus IPC mechanism. This software is under active development but is already used by a wide range of applications for tasks as simple as maintaining a single instance of the GUI to whole instant messaging frameworks and hardware detection APIs. It provides a tested, high-performance bridge to and from all systems that are exposed via D-Bus, regardless of programming language, UI toolkit or license. The source code is MIT X11 licensed (Free Software/Open Source), allowing integration into other projects with very few restrictions. The code was written by Alp Toker <firstname.lastname@example.org> and others, and is maintained by the dbus-sharp team. It is a clean-room implementation based on the D-Bus Specification Version 0.11 and study of the wire protocol of existing tools. It aims for compatibility with Mono and Microsoft .NET frameworks supporting the 2.0 profile. Backward compatibility with 1.0 will not be a consideration. -- Alp Toker <email@example.com> and others