September 11, 2007 on 10:32 pm | In GNOME, obex-data-server | 12 Comments

So I’m continuing development of obex-data-server. Now that it’s pretty much finished and the D-Bus API shouldn’t change anymore, I can start doing some apps that actually use it.

First such app is bluetooth-sendto which is gonna be part of bluez-gnome. It’s a Object Push client which can be used to send one or more files to another Bluetooth device. I’m glad that I could reuse some older code from gnome-bluetooth for this application, hence it’s feature-complete already.

And now for some screenies:
sending file with bluetooth sendto

sending several files, file is rejected by remote device

Now I’m not so sure when one could expect this app to show up in official bluez-gnome package, but I’m working on getting obex-data-server for it’s first public release and only then it might be the time.

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