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Re: [Libguestfs] [PATCH] Add command trace functionality

On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 03:02:25PM +0100, Matthew Booth wrote:
>> +	  pr "    printf (\"\\\"\");\n";
> There's a missing leading space in the above line.

Well spotted - fixed in my local copy.

>> +	  pr "    for (i = 0; %s[i]; ++i) {\n" n;
>> +	  pr "      if (i>  0) putchar (' ');\n";
>> +	  pr "      printf (\"%%s\", %s[i]);\n" n;
>> +	  pr "    }\n";
>> +	  pr "    printf (\"\\\"\");\n";
> As discussed on the list, this results in commands which can't be  
> executed in guestfish because argument groupings are lost when arguments  
> contain spaces. While this is a limitation of guestfish rather than this  
> patch, a fix in guestfish will require a modification to this patch. Can  
> we hold off on this until guestfish is fixed?

Agreed - I'll wait to see your patch.

> It spits out internal state changes. Look at this output:
> add_drive "/var/lib/virt-snapshot/images/RHEL39FV32-hda-1252577522.qcow2"
> config "-drive"  
> "file=/var/lib/virt-snapshot/images/RHEL39FV32-hda-1252577522.qcow2,cache=off,if=ide"
> add_cdrom "/tmp/4BQ6oiKKAJ.iso"
> config "-cdrom" "/tmp/4BQ6oiKKAJ.iso"
> set_selinux true
> launch
> wait_ready
> list_partitions
> is_ready
> set_busy
> end_busy

Yeah, I'm aware of this, and I suggest we fix it with the proposed &
much delayed rewrite of the main loop code.

> We also discussed this on the list. I don't think this is a problem with  
> this patch as such, but that state transition functions are part of the  
> external API. These need to be removed from *all* bindings, including  
> guestfish.

Yup.  The state and these APIs aren't necessary if we get rid of the
main loop and just use synchronous read/write.


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