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Re: [Libvir] Question about libvirt integration into RHEL-5

On Thu, Jan 11, 2007 at 11:27:52AM +0100, Philippe Berthault wrote:
> Daniel Veillard a écrit :
> >  it is 0.1.8 but with 12 patches which are backport of later bug fixes or 
> >important features like localization, shareable disk support, core dump 
> >support,
> >etc ...
> >  I guess it's closer to 0.1.9 as a result than 0.1.8,
> >  
> Hum ! :-(
> Currently, the version of libvirt determines its unequivocal contents. 
> With a patched version of libvirt, it becomes impossible in an 
> application to known the functionalities level of libvirt if the version 
> number is identical to a non-patched libvirt.
> Could you explain how it's possible from an application to distinguish 
> between a patched libvirt and a non-patched libvirt or another patched 
> version of libvirt by using the virGetVersion() function ?

  Can explain your problem instead ?
What is the feature or behaviour you need to detect ?


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