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Re: [libvirt] Release?



Hi, Rich

Would you commit this patch?
https://www.redhat.com/archives/libvir-list/2008-June/msg00031.html

Other patches are minor issue, it may skip it.

Thanks
Atsushi SAKAI


"Richard W.M. Jones" <rjones redhat com> wrote:

> 
> I've just had a chat with Daniel about whether it's time for a new
> release of libvirt.  My own primary focus is getting the
> virDomain*Peek APIs into a released version so I can use them from
> Fedora.
> 
> libvirt 0.4.2 was released on 8th Apr 2008.
> 
> I just scanned the changelog and there's a pretty long list of new
> features:
> 
>  - Support for serial and parallel devices in Xend
> 
>  - Network interface model in QEMU network devs
> 
>  - SetVcpus, DomainGetMaxVcpus, VCPU pinning in QEMU
> 
>  - Disk "bus"es
> 
>  - Support for Xenner
> 
>  - Deprecate conn/dom/net fields in virterror
> 
>  - HTML documentation completely restructured
> 
>  - MinGW fixes
> 
>  - Memory leaks plugged
> 
>  - Added HACKING file and lots of work on unifying syntax and methods
>    used in the code base to a single standard
> 
>  - Lots of LXR changes
> 
>  - virDomain*Peek APIs
> 
>  - and of course many bug fixes
> 
> So is it time for a release?
> 
> Rich.
> 
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