Python interface and DBus
mark at kingant.net
Fri Jun 29 03:19:09 EDT 2007
On Thu, 28 Jun 2007 13:27:43 -0700, Parand Darugar wrote
> I'm interested in a simple interface for messaging - just the basics:
> send/receive messages, add remove friends, etc - either in a language
> neutral form, or in Python. I'll be using it from a web based app, so
> no traditional UI.
> My first thought was to create a simple swig/ctypes/etc wrapper
> around libpurple for Python, but then I ran across dbus. After a bit
> of futzing around I have dbus working, for the most part.
> My questions are:
> - Are there any existing Python wrappers I can use?
> - Am I better off wrapping the libpurple C API in Python or using
> DBus? Are there any disadvantages to using DBus?
> - Anyone else interested in a no-frills Python libpurple wrapper?
I'd think that you're better off using D-Bus. Wrapping the libpurple C API in
Python sounds like a lot of work.
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