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Ruby D-Bus and Fedora 11

Earlier this year I wrote a number of posts about monitoring and interacting with D-Bus using shell scripts. In this post I look at using Ruby to monitor and interact with D-Bus enabled applications.

Scripting Tomboy

Tomboy is an open source GNOME desktop note-taking application which is written in C# and utilizing the Mono runtime, Gtk# and the GtkSpell spell-checker. The actual release of Tomboy which comes with Fedora 10 is version 0.12.0.  This includes a comprehensive D-Bus interface which makes it possible to create, modify and display Tomcat notes from your shell scripts.  This post provides an overview of the available D-Bus methods and includes a number of examples for you to experiment with.  See my previous post on D-Bus scripting if you are unfamilar with the basic concepts of D-Bus scripting. First we will