|telepathy-glib Reference Manual|
Connection manager life cycle — entry point for telepathy-glib connection managers
#include <telepathy-glib/run.h> int tp_run_connection_manager (const char *prog_name, const char *version, TpBaseConnectionManager* (construct_cmvoid) (), int argc, char **argv);
tp_run_connection_manager() provides a convenient entry point for
telepathy-glib connection managers. It initializes most of the
functionality the CM will need, constructs a connection manager object
and lets it run.
This function also manages the connection manager's lifetime - if there are no new connections for a while, it times out and exits.
int tp_run_connection_manager (const char *prog_name, const char *version, TpBaseConnectionManager* (construct_cmvoid) (), int argc, char **argv);
Run the connection manager by initializing libraries, constructing a main loop, instantiating a connection manager and running the main loop. When this function returns, the program should exit.
If the connection manager does not create a connection within a short arbitrary time (currently 5 seconds), either on startup or after the last open connection is disconnected, and the PERSIST debug flag is not set, return 0.
If registering the connection manager on D-Bus fails, return 1.
||The program name to be used in debug messages etc.|
||The program version|
||A function which will return the connection manager object|
||The number of arguments passed to the program|
||The arguments passed to the program|
|Returns :||the status code with which the process should exit|