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Re: [libvirt] Interface XML description



On 01/26/2011 02:45 AM, Zdenek Styblik wrote:
On 01/25/2011 11:12 PM, arnaud champion devatom fr wrote:
?Hi,

I'm currently working on C# binding, precisly on virInterface things. I don't see any XML documentation around interface XML description. IS there infos anywhere ?

Regards,

Arnaud



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Afaik no and there already is bugzilla ticket for that.

Yeah, when I wrote the virInterface functions, I didn't know where the documentation files lived, and Eric wasn't around then to poke at me about not writing any. Every couple of months someone asks about this, and I put it back on my list (and I think Justin tries to put it on hist list too, but there's always something "more important" (it doesn't help that I'm averse to dealing with html tags :-/ ) (note that I'm very carefully neglecting to commit to writing any new documentation in any timeframe, as I don't want to promise something I can't deliver.)

There is documentation in the Developer's Guide, but IIRC it just points to netcf for the XML, and netcf mostly just has examples (which are help in themselves, but by no means exhaustive). You can get some amount of info from grabbing the netcf sources (info at https://fedorahosted.org/netcf ) and looking at the examples in tests/interface, and the RNG description in data/xml/interface.rng (the same rng file is in libvirt, btw).

Note that the organization of the XML elements in netcf is a bit more complicated than in other libvirt XML, as the same element can appear at different levels (and different subelements are valid at those times) in order to accommodate bridges and bonds. Here's a graphic showing which elements can be nested within which other elements (again, there are examples of this in the tests/interface directory)


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