[Dev] Inclusion of glib headers in Tizen Native public header files
alexander.kanavin at intel.com
Mon Feb 17 17:27:20 GMT 2014
the multiple plugin loader support in gsso has been completed and
published here in the multiplugin branch of gsso:
We still need to review the code, merge it into the master branch,
update the online documentation and release the new version into Tizen
repositories, but you can check out the code from git and play with it
already now on your local machine. The topmost commit adds the
documentation about how it works :)
Let us know if there are any issues etc.
On 01/31/2014 02:35 PM, MANASIJ SUR ROY wrote:
> Hi Jussi, Alex,
> With the approach you mentioned, I am able to create a sample Tizen Plugin Loader and able to communicate with both gsignond and Tizen plugins.
> I will keep watching /profile/ivi/gsignond and accounts-sso google code repo for the official release and docs regarding the support of multiple plugind's.
> Thank you for the help.
> - Manasij
> Samsung R&D Institute India, Bangalore
> manasij.r AT samsung.com
> ------- Original Message -------
> Sender : Alexander Kanavin<alexander.kanavin at intel.com>
> Date : Jan 15, 2014 19:45 (GMT+05:30)
> Title : Re: [Dev] Inclusion of glib headers in Tizen Native public header files
> On 01/15/2014 01:26 PM, Kanavin, Alexander wrote:
>> You would have to provide a Tizen specific
>> plugin loader, the job of which is to translate the Tizen-specific
>> plugin interface to dbus calls over stdio.
> By 'stdio' I mean the standard input and output streams that Unix
> processes are provided with, not the stdio.h facilities :)
>> The only requirement is that such new
>> loader should be able to perform p2p dbus communication over file
>> descriptors - gsso daemon communicates with plugins using dbus over
> Same here. Read 'standard input and output' instead of 'stdio'.
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