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Re: [libvirt] Here they



Well,

I have used git a little but never under windows :) I think I will be able to use it. Yes, I know I have to clean up the code, I'm on it, and I am also making a file to see the gap of thing to do to fully bind libvirt v0.8.4.

I'm OK to use git on libvirt, but I must keep my SVN, because binding project is a part of a full visual studio solution which is controlled by my SVN. Anyway, I can update libvirt git regulary.


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From: "Daniel Veillard" <veillard redhat com>
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2010 5:48 PM
To: <arnaud champion devatom fr>
Cc: "Jaromír Červenka" <cervajz cervajz com>; "libvir-list" <libvir-list redhat com>
Subject: Re: Here they

On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 03:51:17PM +0200, arnaud champion devatom fr wrote:
Hi Jaromír,

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 :
  a.. Write bindings for some unbinded method (virStream... and so on)
b.. 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) c.. 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
  d.. Write some sample code for using libivirt with csharp
What I will not do :
a.. 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.

 Hum, it would be good if this could be cleaned up a bit :-)
Arnaud, rather than keeping your own SVN, I think it would be good for
the long term if the bindings could be kept on libvirt.org , ideally
in git because we don't have SVN installed there yet (but I'm not sure
how familiar you're with this).
I could create the git with Jaromír latest version so there is a clear
attribution, I would add Licence informations and maybe scripts or
makefiles to generate a distribution. Then either you or I could diff
your version against the old one, and try to merge your changes back.

 what do you think ?

Daniel

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