$system.dcopPerforms a DCOP call
|This function allows performing simple DCOP calls without executing
an external process. This feature is available ONLY when KDE support
is compiled in the executable: this means that this function is absolutely
non portable (don't use it in scripts that you're going to distribute).
<application> is the name of the application being called, <objectid> is the
identifier of the object called, <function> is the function to be executed
on the remote object and <parameter1>,<parameter2>,... is the list of
parameters to be passed. The <function> name must contain the
trailing parenthesis and parameter specification (see examples).
The parameters MUST be in the form "type=value"
where "type" is the C++ type of the parameter and value
is the string rappresentation of the parameter data. Currently
KVIrc supports only QString,KviQCString,bool,int and uint data types.
The returned value is the string rappresentation of the returned data if the return type is known, otherwise it is the name of the data type returned.
If the application name is prefixed with "?" then the call is performed in "remote test" mode: no "remote" errors are printed and the function returns 1 if the call executed succesfully and 0 if the call failed. This can be used with the very first call to programmaticaly test if the remote application is running.