Java implementation of the DBus protocol

D-Bus is a message bus system, a simple way for applications to talk to one another. In addition to interprocess communication, D-Bus helps coordinate process lifecycle; it makes it simple and reliable to code a "single instance" application or daemon, and to launch applications and daemons on demand when their services are needed. This is a complete independent implementation of the D-Bus protocol in Java. It comprises a library to write programs in Java which access D-Bus, a tool for generating stubs from D-Bus introspection data and a simple daemon. Being written in Java it works on both Windows and Linux (and other Unix-like systems). When using a TCP transport it is entirely Java-based; when using Unix-sockets it requires a small JNI library to use Unix-Sockets.

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