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= Ruby D-Bus README Ruby D-Bus provides an implementation of the D-Bus protocol such that the D-Bus system can be used in the Ruby programming language. == Requirements * Ruby 1.8 (>= 1.8.6?) Optionally, for generating the tutorial: * Webgen (>= 0.4) == Installation 1. Decompress the Ruby D-Bus tarball (ruby-dbus-<version>.tar.gz). 2. Move to top-level directory and type: $ ruby setup.rb config $ ruby setup.rb setup ($ su) # ruby setup.rb install You can also install files in your favorite directory by supplying setup.rb some options. Try "ruby setup.rb --help". == Feature Ruby D-Bus currently supports the following features: * Connecting to local buses. * Accessing remote services, objects and interfaces. * Invoking methods on remote objects synchronously and asynchronously. * Catch signals on remote objects and handle them via callbacks. * Remote object introspection. * Walking object trees. * Creating services and registering them on the bus. * Exporting objects with interfaces on a bus for remote use. * Rubyish D-Bus object and interface syntax support that automatically allows for introspection. * Emitting signals on exported objects. == Usage See some of the examples in the examples/ subdirectory of the tarball. Also, check out the included tutorial (in Webgen format) in doc/tutorial/ or view it online on http://trac.luon.net/data/ruby-dbus/tutorial/. == License Ruby D-Bus is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.