Contains miscellaneous identifiers used throughout the QtDBus library
The base class of D-Bus adaptor classes
The base class for all D-Bus interfaces in the QtDBus 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
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
Applications using the QtDBus 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.
To use this module, use the following code in your application:
If you're using qmake to build your application, you can add this line to your .pro file to make it link against the QtDBus libraries:
QT += dbus
Note: The source code for this module is located in the
src/qdbus directory. When installing Qt from source, this module is built when Qt's tools are built.
See the D-Bus page for detailed information on how to use this module.
This module is part of all Qt editions.
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