DBus-Tcl is a Tcl library for interacting with the DBus, a popular system
for applications to talk to eachother. DBus can also be used to coordinate
the lifecycle of a process. For more information about DBus, see
+ Connect to the well-known and other local and remote buses.
+ Emit and receive triggers
+ Execute method calls in other applications and get the results back.
+ Handle method calls from other applications in plain Tcl.
+ Monitor traffic on selected buses.
+ Ensure that only one instance of an application runs at the same time.
The dbus-tcl package uses a TEA3-based build system. Building the package
generally consists of running "./configure; make; make install" in the
top-level directory. More details are available in the INSTALL file.
*** NOTE ***
Building the documentation requires the availability of the dtplite command,
which is part of the doctools package in tcllib.
The Tcl DBus extension is hosted at SourceForge:
The latest sources are available under the 'dbus-tcl' module in CVS.