D-Bus bindings for Rust
D-Bus is a message bus, and is mainly used in Linux for communication between processes. It is present by default on almost every Linux distribution out there, and runs in two instances - one per session, and one system-wide.
In addition to the API documentation, which you’re currently reading, you might want to
look in the examples directory, which contains many examples and some additional documents.
README.md also contains a few quick “getting started” examples (as well as information about
In addition to this crate, there are some companion crates:
- dbus-tokio for integrating D-Bus with Tokio
- dbus-codegen for generating code from D-Bus introspection data
- libdbus-sys contains the raw bindings to the C libdbus library.
pub use crate::message::Message;
pub use crate::message::MessageType;
pub use crate::strings::Signature;
pub use crate::strings::Path;
Types and traits for easily getting a message’s arguments, or appening a message with arguments.
Connections and proxies that make blocking method calls.
Connection base / building block.
A connection that uses FFI callbacks to dispatch messages.
Contains structs and traits closely related to D-Bus messages.
Async version of connection.
This module contains strings with a specific format, such as a valid Interface name, a valid Error name, etc.