[Libvir] libvirt on OS X Leopard 10.5.1

Richard W.M. Jones rjones at redhat.com
Tue Jan 22 12:32:48 UTC 2008

Schley Andrew Kutz wrote:
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>> Probably the simplest is to compile the RPC bindings which are 
>> generated on Linux and supplied with libvirt in CVS and the tarball 
>> (ie. remote_protocol.[ch]).  We need to supply only the xdr_quad type 
>> and a handful of 64 bit functions.  I did the same thing for Windows 
>> but in that case built my own version of a mini-XDR library with some 
>> contributions from glibc.  What we could do is bundle this mini-XDR 
>> library with libvirt itself (or perhaps persuade gnulib to take it -- 
>> Jim?).
> I would try this, but as you can see from the thread, I've hit a wall 
> running the autogen script in Linux. It cannot find a devhelp file...

Try Jim's suggestion.

As for an XDR library replacement, take a look at my hacked-togther XDR 
replacement.  I have no idea if it'll work on Mac OS X, but worth a try:



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