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Re: [Libvir] Java bindings



On Wed, Sep 12, 2007 at 08:37:33PM +0200, Tóth István wrote:
> Hello!
> 
> A development version of the java bindings I've been working on are 
> available at :
> 
> http://tiger.3ginformatika.hu/java-libvirt.tgz

  Excellent, I'm just not able to look at it right now, I will try to 
  review it over the week-end !

> I'd appreciate your feedback on it.
> 
> Building:
> Have java/gcc set up correctly through alternatives ( I use jpackage sun 
> java 1.5.0 on Fedora 7 x86_64)

  Would you mind posting the list of RPMs you are using so I'm sure I can
reproduce your testing when I'm back home ?

> Fix the include path in jni/Makefile
> run build.sh
> You should have the .so and .jar files built, and see the output from 
> the basic test program.
> 
> Using: See the test in build.sh
> 
> Note:
> 
> It's meant to be a thin translation layer on top of libvirt.
> The object model is similar to the python one.
> All error handling is done exclusively through exceptions.
> No documentation yet, but It's pretty self-explanatory.
> The build system is very primitive, I just hacked together something to 
> build it outside my eclipse devel environment.
> The bindings are pretty complete, but minimally tested.
> License is LGPL.

  Sounds very good, I will look when I'm back,

    thanks a lot !

Daniel

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