0.1 release of obex-data-server and minor API changes

February 7, 2008 on 2:26 am | In GNOME, obex-data-server | 4 Comments

obex-data-server 0.1 released: http://tadas.dailyda.com/software/obex-data-server-0.1.tar.gz.

This is first official release of obex-data-server. obex-data-server is D-Bus service providing high-level OBEX client and server side functionality (currently supports OPP and FTP profiles and Bluetooth transport).

Bug tracker: http://bugs.muiline.com (choose “obex-data-server” project)
API documentation: http://svn.muiline.com/cgi-bin/viewvc.cgi/obex-data-server/trunk/dbus-api.txt

Minor API changes which happened just before 0.1 release:
1) uint64 is used for file sizes.
Affected methods/signals:

      Session.GetTransferInfo();
      Session.TransferStarted();
      Session.TransferProgress();
      ServerSession.GetTransferInfo();
      ServerSession.TransferStarted();
      ServerSession.TransferProgress().

2) OBJECT_PATH (“o”) D-Bus type is used for object paths (previously, STRING was used).
Affected methods/signals:

      Manager.CreateBluetoothSession();
      Manager.CreateBluetoothServer();
      Manager.GetSessionInfo();
      Manager.GetServerInfo();
      Manager.SessionCreated();
      Manager.SessionRemoved();
      Server.GetServerSessionInfo();
      Server.SessionCreated();
      Server.SessionRemoved();

Special thanks to:
Marcel Holtmann
Johan Hedberg
Manuel Naranjo
Bastien Nocera

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  1. Hello,

    Good Job :D

    I am finding difficult to compile and use the Linux distribution Debian.
    Is there any comment on the process of compilation and testing in Debian.

    Thank’s

    Comment by Addo Del Grossi — February 11, 2008 #

  2. There should be Debian package soon..

    Comment by admin — February 11, 2008 #

  3. Hello,

    It´s possible change default adapter to SendFile method ?

    Thanks.
    Addo

    Comment by Addo Del Grossi — February 12, 2008 #

  4. Currently not. Please file a bug at http://bugs.muiline.com and I’ll see what I can do.

    Comment by admin — February 12, 2008 #

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