D-Bus Broker 10 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Kernel on 7 February 2018 at 04:51 AM EST. 8 Comments
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What you won't find landing in the current in-development Linux 4.16 kernel is BUS1, the in-kernel IPC mechanism built out of the failure of KDBUS to reach the mainline kernel. While BUS1 isn't ready for mainline yet, D-Bus Broker continues moving along as a D-Bus compatible message bus delivering higher performance and reliability.

Over the past year D-Bus Broker has been coming together as a more performant and reliable user-space-based D-Bus implementation at least until if/when BUS1 takes over. Today marks the tenth release of D-Bus Broker.

D-Bus Broker v10 is now available. This release has some fixes, code clean-ups, and also various performance improvements. D-Bus Broker development continues to be led by David Herrmann and Tom Gundersen.
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