Re: Beagle and D-BUS

I just compiled and installed the new D-BUS-free Beagle from CVS, and I can 
attest that it runs more stably. Before I was having to go through the 
"dbus-launch --auto-syntax" routine, including exporting 
DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS, etc. This is much easier to use. 

I'm running Slackware 10.1 (current) on a 2.6.11 kernel. So far, so good.

Thanks for detaching the Beagle from its D-BUS leash.


On Tuesday 17 May 2005 12:53 am, Jon Trowbridge wrote:
> In his recent "State of the Pooch" e-mail, Joe described our work to
> remove D-BUS from Beagle:
> This morning I merged the beagle-no-dbus-branch into CVS HEAD.  We are
> still trying to chase down some bugs, but Beagle from CVS should now be
> substantially more robust.  All sorts of essentially-unfixable race
> conditions related to our use of D-BUS for IPC between the Beagle daemon
> and the indexing helper process have now been eliminated.
> Unless calamity strikes, we'll release a D-BUS-free Beagle 0.0.10
> sometime this week.
> -J
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