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Re: [virt-tools-list] Libosinfo 0.2.7



On 05/14/2013 04:59 AM, Zeeshan Ali (Khattak) wrote:
Libosinfo 0.2.7 is out!

Changes since 0.2.6:

- Add/improve/fix data on:
   - CentOS 6.*
   - Fedora 19
   - GNOME 3.8
   - openSUSE 12.3
   - RHEL 6.4
   - Ubuntu 13.04
- Add testcases for media detection:
   - Debian 7.0.*
   - Fedora 17, 18 and 19
   - Ubuntu 12.10 and 13.04
- Installer script fixes/improvements:
   - Setup user avatar for Windows 7.
   - Fix against old RHEL and Fedora.
   - Specify installation method for Fedora (required by Fedora 19).
- New API:
   - osinfo_platform_get_all_devices()
   - osinfo_install_script_generate_command_line()
- build:
   - Take DESTDIR into account when creating symlinks.
   - Fix issues with installing in a tree where libosinfo was already installed.
   - Fix a race-condition regarding usb.ids/pci.ids setup.
   - Disable static libraries by default.
- Some portability improments/fixes.
- Fixes `make syntax-check`.
- More docs and fixes to existing docs.

Release tarball available here for download:
https://fedorahosted.org/releases/l/i/libosinfo/libosinfo-0.2.7.tar.gz
sha256 checksum:
fce8f43d02da7c8f05db1b3cf40850711d56978f880558fde5cde7c8d0b24a46

What is libosinfo?
=============

libosinfo is a GObject based library API for managing information about
operating systems, hypervisors and the (virtual) hardware devices they can
support. It includes a database containing device metadata and provides APIs
to match/identify optimal devices for deploying an operating system on a
hypervisor. Via the magic of GObject Introspection, the API is available in all
common programming languages with demos for javascript (GJS/Seed) and python
(PyGObject). Also provided are Vala bindings.

libosinfo is Free Software and licenced under LGPLv2+.

Dependencies
============

- Required:
   - gobject-2.0
   - gio-2.0
   - libxml-2.0

- Optional:
   - gobject-introspection
   - Vala (build-time only)

For further information about libosinfo please consult the project homepage

    https://libosinfo.org/


When I click the above link, it leads me to Daniel's blog which I visit a lot:) When I use http://libosinfo.org, it leads me to libosinfo project homepage.
    Probably, these two project stay on the same host machine.

    Guannan



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