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Re: [libvirt] Java bindings



Hi Daniel, all,
I'm sorry for my non show during the summer but I was in my long holidays ;)....
I will have the libvirt project for Eclipse with the libvirt java bindings during this month, if I use as a base the makefile it wouldn't be too complicate to generate.
Also I would like to ask you (because we need for our Federica project) if libvirt is using CIM model or is using something similar. I read that is collaborating with DMTF but we have not found anything that tells that libvirt is using CIM model.  If you don't know exactly can you tell me who to contact to assure this? I hope you can help me, thank you for everything,

Cheers,

                 Alejandro

2008/7/22 Daniel Veillard <veillard redhat com>
On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 08:58:31AM +0200, Alejandro Berna Juan wrote:
> my idea is to create the eclipse project (I have a little experience with it
> and I think I can do it). Right now is a little bit complicate to help you
> in the generation of code (I'm new in XEN and virtualization). Cheers,

 that would be cool, yes. I finally added some informations on-line at
 http://libvirt.org/java.html

I don't know why the javadoc output seems to be missing frames or something
(using a java-1.5.0-ibm javadoc ...), but at least the basic is there
 http://libvirt.org/org/libvirt/package-summary.html

Daniel

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