|On Thursday 07 May 2009 11:20:10 Daniel Veillard wrote:|
> On Wed, May 06, 2009 at 03:20:23PM -0500, Schley Andrew Kutz wrote:
> > Anyone? :( I really don't want to have to bring up a whole new box just
> > do do dev work that I should be able to do from my Mac. I guess I can
> > write against the Java bindings locally and then debug remotely on a
> > Linux server.
> Well, not that many people seems interested in porting to OS-X,
> partly I guess because there is no support there for KVM or Xen.
> I don't know what hypervisor could be used there, but for remote
VirtualBox supports Mac OS X/Solaris/Windows/etc.. so i would
try to do this, but in spare time as that is not on my todo list as of now.
> access we sould try to get at least the remote support compiling.
> W.r.t. the "new box" send me a Mac OS-X one an I may verify compile
> errors here, if not, well someone else will have to send portability
> patches ! If they are clean and don't break other arches I will be
> happy to push them ! But you can't held us responsible for the fact
> you use a given platform for your libvirt developments. You "should
> be able to do from my Mac" if "someone" made the little effort of
> providing patches and checking, it's open source, it's free after
> all, right ?