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[Libvir] Suggested list of files to rename



I've accumulated a collection of files in libvirt which I think should be renamed. This file is in CVS, called 'RENAMES', and attached below.

What do you think?

Rich.


# Suggested list of file renames.
#
# File renames don't normally go into patches because they make
# the patches much harder to read, so list them here instead.
#
# $Id: RENAMES,v 1.1 2007/06/11 12:25:06 rjones Exp $

# Clearer naming scheme after Xen-unified patch went in.
src/xen_internal.c      src/xen_internal_hv.c
src/xen_internal.h      src/xen_internal_hv.h
src/proxy_internal.c    src/xen_internal_proxy.c
src/proxy_internal.h    src/xen_internal_proxy.h
src/xend_internal.c     src/xen_internal_xend.c
src/xend_internal.h     src/xen_internal_xend.h
src/xm_internal.c       src/xen_internal_inactive.c
src/xm_internal.h       src/xen_internal_inactive.h
src/xs_internal.c       src/xen_internal_xenstore.c
src/xs_internal.h       src/xen_internal_xenstore.h
src/xen_unified.c       src/xen_internal.c
src/xen_unified.h       src/xen_internal.h

# Test driver should really be called test_internal.
src/test.c              src/test_internal.c
src/test.h              src/test_internal.h

# This would be better:
src/*_internal*.c       src/*_driver*.c
src/*_internal*.h       src/*_driver*.h

# Qemud is now the qemud + remote driver.
qemud/protocol.x        qemud/qemud_protocol.x
qemud/*                 remote/*



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