It's right I haven't used your classes which envelops
libvirt function, I have written my own wrapper which I use in my tool DAVIM.
Anyway, thanks for the updated bindings I will take a look because I have taken
theses sources there's four or five month, I'm working on DAVIM (my libvirt
/ KVM windows management tool) since 6 month ago so...
At the bindings levels here's what I manage to do
- Write bindings for some unbinded method (virStream...
and so on)
- Check the gap between current libvirt API and my C#
bindings (my bindings were primarly build upon libvirt 0.7.4, but it works
well with 0.8.4)
- I have my own web site with my own SVN (the SVN is
private currently) at www.Devatom.fr,
maybe I will open SVN for bindings, I don't know
- Write some sample code for using libivirt with
What I will not do :
- Check bindings compatibility with Mono (except if a
mono expert can help me)
You Jaromir have made a great job which help me a lot in
my project which is quite usable now.
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2010 3:11 PM
Subject: Re: Here they
Arnaud, where did you get latest source of my C# binding? Because my svn
server doesn't work a couple of months, so maybe you used old one. I attached
latest one in this mail.
I am so sorry that I discontinued work of my bindings for libivirt, but I
discovered Ruby language and I felt love in it and I ported my web interface for
libvirt - now is built on Chris's ruby-libvirt.
Arnaud I noticed that you didn't used my classes which "envelops" bare
libvirt functions, am I right? Good work anyway, I'm glad that part of my job
wont be lose :)
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Dne 24. září 2010 17:47 <arnaud champion devatom fr>
I'm very away from a licence expert :) but I think that
should be similar to libvirt, so LGPL 2 or later seems good for me.
lot of code comes from Jaromír, I have changed these things :
pinning and marshaling of struct, methods for using with C# and windows
- Add delegate to handle callbacks, this include pinnings
and marshaling also (I have to work little on the pinning/marshaling of
the delegate virConnectAuthCallback, because it seems that I have some trouble
around packing structure virConnectCredential)
I have also added some
XML auto documentation
"Daniel Veillard" <veillard redhat com>
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2010
To: <arnaud champion devatom fr>
Cc: "Jaromír Červenka"
<cervajz cervajz com>
Subject: Re: Here they
On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 11:29:51AM +0200, arnaud champion devatom fr wrote:
As I have said, here are the libvirt C# bindings that I
have modified. For info, I use them in a project (DAVIM) and they work
find, I will make a doc to explain what is covered and what is
Let me know if you have any
yes at least two:
- what is
the Licence for the code in that ZIP ? I would assume
2 or later, to be similar to libvirt itself
- how much of that code
is coming from Jaromír ?
PS : Sorry for my poor english. FYI, DAVIM, is a tool to
create / manage Libvirt/KVM it is free to download at www.Devatom.fr the tol is
in english or french but the website is in french only. Let me know if you
want I send you the tool if you want to test it.
A priori je n'ai pas de C# ni de machine Windows donc pas tres
pour moi, mais merci ...
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