On Sat, Sep 06, 2008 at 12:54:59PM +0200, Pieter Palmers wrote:
> For the record: AFAIK DBUS is perfectly capable of networked operation.
I've found no reference to that in the DBUS docs. And the interface,
being designed to allow all sorts of bindings, is horribly bloated.
Does LASH use DBUS in a network-aware way ? Can it launch an app on
a remote machine ?
> And even if it's not, there is no reason why a simple OSC<->lash bridge
The *last* thing I want is to have layer upon layer of protocols
and abstractions. And XML.
Once the apps have the OSC fucntionality build-in (and they need that
anyway), they can talk network wide to each other and to a session
manager, it just needs definition of the protocol. No need to add
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