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[ANNOUNCE] DBusKit 0.1.1 released

From: Niels Grewe
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] DBusKit 0.1.1 released
Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2013 11:12:37 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.21 (2010-09-15)

Hi guys,

the 0.1 branch of DBusKit has suffered a bit of bit-rot since the last
release and Sebastian has rightfully been poking me to fix that. To that 
end, I'm today releasing 0.1.1 which contains compatibility improvements
and bug-fixes. Still, unless you're building packages, please stick to
trunk, which is both usable and the place where all the new features


1 GNUstep DBusKit Framework 0.1.1

This is the first maintenance release of the 0.1 release series of
DBusKit, the GNUstep D-Bus bindings framework. The framework allows
Objective-C applications to access the D-Bus inter-process
communication system.

1.1 What is new in this release?

This release is merely a bug-fix release that restores compatibility
with gnustep-base >= 1.24.0.

1.2 Where to get it

You may obtain the code for this release from the GNUstep subversion
repository at:


   Alternatively, a compressed archive for this release is available at
the following address:


   The integrity of the archive can be verified using the following
OpenPGP signature:


1.3 How to build it

For instructions on how to build DBusKit, please refer to the `INSTALL'
file in the framework source.

1.4 What is it good for?

The DBusKit framework offers tight integration of D-Bus services into
Objective-C applications. It handles all low-level details of
communication with D-Bus daemons and the services connected to them and
exposes an interface similar to Distributed Objects to make it easy for
Objective-C programmers to access D-Bus services. Highlights of the 0.1
series include:

   * Distributed Objects-like API for exchanging messages with D-Bus

   * A notification center class for watching signals emitted by D-Bus

   * `dk_make_interface' tool to generate Objective-C protocol
     declarations from D-Bus interface files.

1.5 Where do I send bug reports?

DBusKit is a relatively new framework and will certaintly contain bugs.
Reporting them is always appreciated. You can log bug reports on the
GNUstep project page ( or
send them to <address@hidden>.

   Copyright (C) 2013 Free Software Foundation

   Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification,
are permitted in any medium without royalty provided the copyright
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