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Re: [virt-tools-list] ANNOUNCE: virt-xml: Edit libvirt XML with command line options

On Sun, Jan 26, 2014 at 01:24:59PM -0500, Cole Robinson wrote:
> I've just pushed a new tool to virt-manager.git called virt-xml. virt-xml uses
> virt-install's command line options to allow building and editing domain XML.
> Best way to describe what it can do is with a bunch of examples:

Hi, good job, no more adding of useless options to virsh :)

I am just wondering about one thing:

> Update the first graphics password to 'foo' of the running VM 'rhel6':
>   # virt-xml rhel6 --edit --graphics password=foo --update

This changes the password for the first graphics only, but how to
change it for particular one or all of them together?

> Remove all graphics devices from the VM 'rhel7' after the next shutdown:
>   # virt-xml rhel7 --remove-device --graphics all

I tried combining it with this ^^ example and I ended up with this
weird diff:

 python2 virt-xml ipa --edit --graphics all,password=foo --print-diff
--- Original XML
+++ Altered XML
@@ -87,7 +87,7 @@
     <input type="tablet" bus="usb"/>
     <input type="mouse" bus="ps2"/>
-    <graphics type="vnc" port="-1" autoport="yes" websocket="12345"/>
+    <graphics type="all" port="-1" autoport="yes" websocket="12345" passwd="foo"/>
     <graphics type="spice" port="-1" autoport="no" listen="">
       <listen type="address" address=""/>

What's the proper way to do that or is this supposed to work?  If the
latter is the case, I'll be happy to find the place and fix it, but I
rather ask at first ;)

> git clone git://git.fedorahosted.org/virt-manager.git
> cd virt-manager
> ./virt-xml --help

And one off-topic question; since we have libvirt bindings for both
current major python versions, is anyone working on the transition (or
is it even worth it) to change to python3 or even to some compatible
mid-point between these two?

What would you say to a suggestion of changing our shebang in headers
from '/usr/bin/python' to '/usr/bin/env python2'?  Because if I have
python3 set as default, none of the commands work and it looks like
that's the last compatible thing to do for me to be able to stick with
python3 as default.

Have a nice day,

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