Qt D-Bus C++ Classes
The Qt D-Bus module is a Unix-only library that you can use to perform Inter-Process Communication using the D-Bus protocol. More...
Contains miscellaneous identifiers used throughout the Qt D-Bus module
The base class of D-Bus adaptor classes
The base class for all D-Bus interfaces in the Qt D-Bus binding, allowing access to remote interfaces
Used to marshall and demarshall D-Bus arguments
Represents a connection to the D-Bus bus daemon
Access to the D-Bus bus daemon service
Allows slots to determine the D-Bus context of the calls
Represents an error received from the D-Bus bus or from remote applications found in the bus
Proxy for interfaces on remote objects
Represents one message sent or received over the D-Bus bus
Enables the programmer to identify the OBJECT_PATH type provided by the D-Bus typesystem
Refers to one pending asynchronous call
Convenient way for waiting for asynchronous replies
Contains the reply to an asynchronous method call
Stores the reply for a method call to a remote object
Peer-to-peer communication between processes on the same computer
Allows the user to watch for a bus service change
Enables the programmer to identify the SIGNATURE type provided by the D-Bus typesystem
Holds one Unix file descriptor
Enables the programmer to identify the variant type provided by the D-Bus typesystem
Used to handle several DBus paths with one class
Applications using the Qt D-Bus module can provide services to other, remote applications by exporting objects, as well as use services exported by those applications by placing calls and accessing properties.
The Qt D-Bus page contains information about how to use the module.
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