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Re: [Libguestfs] Plans for virt-p2v

On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 01:27:36PM +0200, Pino Toscano wrote:
> Hi,
> after the latest changes, I think that the split of virt-p2v should
> be completed at this point.  I have a local branch of libguestfs to
> track the removal of virt-p2v, and I do not see anything more left
> of virt-p2v after removing all the bits already converted/moved.
> Rich, I think it would be good for you to take a look at it, and check
> whether everything is in order e.g. for releases -- no hurry needed.
> As I do not do releases, I might have missed to copy/add something for
> them.  In any case, I can do any change needed.

I think just push it.  As for releases, yes we really need to have
one, but I have to fix ocaml-gettext first otherwise we can't build it
in Rawhide (I have some ocaml-gettext patches but they're not finished

> One thing about the version number: considering that virt-p2v drives
> virt-v2v based on the capabilities returned by virt-2v, I do not think
> there is a need to keep the version in sync with libguestfs.


> Also, considering that virt-p2v is generally stable, we can get away
> with the stable/unstable series, and just number each version as
> 1.XX.0 (so the next would be 1.41.0).  The .0 as patch version is kept
> in case we need to hot-fix a version, so a .1 release can be done.
> What do you think?

Yes, agreed also.


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