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Re: [libvirt] [PATCH 0/9] Refactor remote protocol ready for data streams

On Tue, Jul 14, 2009 at 11:16:09AM +0100, Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
> The current libvirtd remote protocol dispatch code is written in
> such a way that assumes the only incoming messages from clients
> are method calls. This makes it very hard to support data streams.
> This patch series does an incrmental refactoring of alot of code
> to allow data streams to be easily wired in.
> Daniel P. Berrange (9):
>   Split generic RPC message dispatch code out from remote protocol API
>     handlers
>   Decode incoming request header before invoking dispatch code
>   Separate code for encoding outgoing remote message headers
>   Change code generator to give async event messages their own postfix
>   Move queuing of RPC replies into dispatch code
>   Change the way client event loop watches are managed
>   Split out code for handling incoming method call messages
>   Define an API for registering incoming message dispatch filters
>   Rename 'direction' to 'type' in remote_message_header

  All looks fine to me, feel free to push :-)

   thanks for the neatly splitted patches !


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