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Old 11-15-2008, 04:04 PM   #1
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dcop progress bar issues


I've written the following test script after trying to get a dcop progress bar to work with kdialog under Kubuntu 8.10 and KDE4 in a much longer and more complex script.

#! /bin/bash
dcopRef=$(kdialog --title "DCOP Progress" --progressbar "Initializing . . ." 12)
echo $dcopRef
dcop $dcopRef setProgress 1
dcop $dcopRef setLabel "Step 1"
sleep 3
dcop $dcopRef setProgress 2
dcop $dcopRef setLabel "Step 2"
sleep 3
dcop $dcopRef close

Upon executing the script I get the following output. The dialog for the progress bar is created with the title shown above.

org.kde.kdialog-7234 /ProgressDialog
object not accessible
object not accessible
object not accessible
object not accessible
call failed

I can get along without the progress bar, but it looks neater with it. Any thoughts greatly appreciated? TIA
 
Old 11-16-2008, 12:14 PM   #2
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Your script works fine on kubuntu 8.04 with KDE3.5
KDE4 is different. I have a feeling that KDE4 uses dbus not dcop
 
Old 11-16-2008, 12:17 PM   #3
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dcop issues with progressbar (SOLVED)

Thanks to a couple of replies to this I was able to get the following script to work. First some comments. I am very new at this level of scripting and my research all led me to dcop answers, up to and including September of this year dated material. I was completely unaware that dbus had replaced dcop. One of the replies got the setLabelText process working and pointed me towards the Set value function. Some additional playing and searching finally got the answer for me. Thanks to the guys who helped.

#! /bin/bash
dbusRef=$(kdialog --title "DCOP Progress" --progressbar "Initializing . . ." 2)
#echo $dbusRef
qdbus $dbusRef org.kde.kdialog.ProgressDialog.setLabelText "Step 1"
qdbus $dbusRef Set org.kde.kdialog.ProgressDialog value 1
sleep 3
qdbus $dbusRef org.kde.kdialog.ProgressDialog.setLabelText "Step 2"
qdbus $dbusRef Set org.kde.kdialog.ProgressDialog value 2
sleep 3
qdbus $dbusRef org.kde.kdialog.ProgressDialog.close
 
  


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