Manpages for DBus services? was starting Fedora Server SIG
On Fri, 2008-11-14 at 15:51 -0500, Colin Walters wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 3:25 PM, David Malcolm <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Brainstorming here, but do DBus services come with some form of
> > documentation format?
> Not intrinsically, we decided it would be a bad idea to put docs in
> the introspection XML. However,
> > If so, it it possible to generate a man page per
> > service, and ship it in the rpm, as one step towards making DBus more
> > accessible to old-school Unix types?
> Various projects do different things for interface documentation; for
> NetworkManager in particular see here:
Actually, the docs are autogenerated from the introspection XML. For
the moment, see:
Yes, all the docs need improvement and cleanup.
> The documentation is not yet shipped in the package that I see though
> (it probably should be in NetworkManager-devel).
> For ConsoleKit there are docs in the shipped introspection XML:
> Eventually we'll straighten this out and probably have some sort of
> standard IDL and associated documentation, and probably have -devel
> packages build and ship HTML formatted docs. Up until now mostly
> these interfaces have been for freedesktop/GNOME/KDE hackers to use
> internally, not really for 3rd party developers.
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