Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
This patch moves the previously created qemud/buf.c file into the src/ directory and deletes the original implementation in src/xml.c. The qemud/Makefile.am is hacked to compile the code from src/buf.c directly. This hack will go away in a later patch.
No, this is wrong. The two buffer implementations aren't quite the same, because the one inside src/xml.c sets virterror, whereas the one in qemud/buf.c doesn't:
- virXMLError(NULL, VIR_ERR_NO_MEMORY, _("growing buffer"), size); So there are some calls to the src/xml.c version which are doing stuff like: buf = virBufferNew(500); if (buf == NULL) return -1; // virBufferNew has set virterrorI would prefer my patch (see recent email) to go in instead of 8/20 and 9/20, for this reason and also because my patch creates a separate lib/ subdir which I want to use for other library functions.
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