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Re: [fedora-virt] QEMU new Package



On Tue, Feb 03, 2009 at 06:11:31PM -0200, Glauber Costa wrote:
> Hi guys.
> 
> I've built a qemu image in here:
> 
> http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=1102151
> 
> It contains the basic work to get qemu package updated. Basically,
> we're talking about getting the qemu code from svn and creating multiple
> packages, so one could grab just the architecture of interest.
> Todo, is the creation of a meta-package to grab'em all at once.
> 
> This is also the first step in merging qemu and kvm packages, which
> I'd like to do in two steps.
> 
> 1) This one.
> 2) replace qemu-svn with kvm-userspace
> 
> The later is not as trivial as it seems. Nobody exercices this path
> usually, and we're likely to find bugs that prevent the build to finish
> (Well, I tested, and there _are_ bugs ;-) ). But I believe we can have
> it sorted out.
> 
> If no one has any major opposition to the state of things, I intend to
> commit it to CVS tomorrow (with some minor changes), and put it into
> rawhide so we can start having a more serious testing out of it.

Has anyone discussed with the upstream QEMU developers about doing a
new release. I've seen no such discussions on the public qemu-devel
list. If QEMU guys are planning a new release soon, then we'd have
no need for a CVS snapshot, or at least confidence that QEMU guys
consider it geting stable enough that a release is viable. If the
QEMU devs don't consider a new release viable I'd like to know why
they think this, *before* we subject Fedora users to a CVS snapshot.

Daniel
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