On 7/2/07, Jaime A Lopez Sollano
wrote: > Well, the difference is mainly that I started working in this project at a > time when there was only dbus-ruby > (http://rubyforge.org/projects/dbus-ruby) which has > stagnated, > and didn't even compile. I tried modifying it to get it working, but got > stuck because the api changed a lot. > Then I decided I had to make an implementation in ruby. Apparently I wasn't > the only one thinking about this ( > http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/95389), however > I needed something working quickly, and instead of waiting for someone to > provide, I wrote this project. > Basically, my project suffices for a demo I had to write, but isn't > complete. I have decided to stop working on it and see how the other > projects progress. Yeah, I've heard dbus-ruby doesn't even compile. Would it be possible to state this on your project's page? It's a little confusing that there are so many projects for dbus. Perhaps if you provide a link to ruby-dbus stating that they are working on that project more actively right now... What do you think?
So, if you are needing DBus support under Ruby, I would recommend you try Ruby D-Bus
You can still visit the pr-dbus' page at RubyForge