- (MADI: no (specific) example given in the POD for this method)
This requests that a remote method call be performed 'synchronously'. That is, wait until a reply or an error is returned from the remote method before proceeding.
my $asyncreply=$object->list_processes(dbus_call_async, "someuser");
- MADI: Will the user pick up the reply via the Net::DBus::Reactor->run event loop in this case?
This requests that a remote method call be performed 'asynchronously'. That is, the program will continue without waiting until a reply or error is received.
- This is a poor example, as a list would normally be returned, but it shows the syntax.
- MADI: Find a better example that shows an accurate call we would not care to get a reply from (ie: a remote call to update the network devices?).
This sends a request to a remote method call but never looks for a reply of any type. This is useful when you know the remote method call will never reply
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