[libvirt] [PATCH 00/13] Make the virNodeDeviceObjPtr private

Bjoern Walk bwalk at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Tue May 23 08:26:51 UTC 2017

John Ferlan <jferlan at redhat.com> [2017-05-19, 09:08AM -0400]:
>All part of the effort I have to have a common object model. This series
>is node device test, driver, and virnodedevobj related.
>There's also a couple of bug fixes at the beginning of the series from
>things I have found during this effort.
>There's still a few more patches in local branches to make the
>virNodeDeviceObjListPtr private as well, but those have some merge
>needs with other patches currently on list elsewhere, so I'll hold
>onto them for now.

Am I missing something or where does the privatization actually happen?

In general, a lot of the cleanups you are performing are beneficial for
the readability. My biggest concern is that this will generate a lot of
work when backporting patches.
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