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Submitted: Feb 16 2013 / 09:29

One of the advantages of developing applications on Linux (and sharply contrasted with the current trend of smartphone app development) is its robust inter-process communication, which allows things like GNOME Shell extensions that allow you to interact with any media player that supports a specific protocol. D-Bus is currently being used by many Linux applications to enable talking to one another, and since documentation on it is rather sparse, this post will teach you how to write a long-running D-Bus daemon using C and GLib.
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