[Libvir] PATCH: 1/7 Split up the public header files

Richard W.M. Jones rjones at redhat.com
Mon Oct 29 10:26:39 UTC 2007

Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
> This patch splits up the libvirt.h file into multiple pieces. The big header
> file was getting rather long & hard to follow, with API calls for domains and
> networks all mixed together, and macros & typedefs & methods all mixed up.
> Adding another 25 APIs for storage won't improve this. So this splits up the 
> header into
>    libvirt/connection.h    - connection related API calls & objects
>    libvirt/node.h          - host node information APIs  & objects
>    libvirt/domain.h        - hypervisor/domain API calls & objects
>    libvirt/network.h       - virtual networking API calls & objects
> The original libvirt.h, now simply #include's all four of these files. The
> header files aren't intended to be included directly - apps carry on just
> using the main header file.

No real preference either way with this one.


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