Re: C++ API...

----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter M. Groen" <pgroen osdev nl>
To: networkmanager-list gnome org
Sent: Wednesday, May 29, 2013 1:49:47 PM
Subject: C++ API...

Hi all,

For this project I'm doing, i'm looking for a *direct* C/C++ API to
NetworkManager, so without the use of DBus, libnm-glib or Qt..

Just for the record. We talked on IRC and my recommendation was to stick with libnm-glib which is IMO the 
best tool to communicate with NetworkManager from C/C++ code. It is a dependency of NetworkManager anyway and 
it covers uninteresting implementation details like dbus. Another way would be using dbus API directly 
through a dbus library.



Is there anything out there, or is the use of dbus mandatory? Reading
the documentation, it looks like dbus is the only method for using NM
in your own C++ project...

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