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authorRichard W.M. Jones <rjones@redhat.com>2008-01-07 22:53:34 +0000
committerRichard W.M. Jones <rjones@redhat.com>2008-01-07 22:53:34 +0000
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mlvirtmanager renamed as virt-ctrl.
* .hgignore, Makefile.in, configure.ac: Rename mlvirtmanager as virt-ctrl to avoid any confusion with the real virt-manager. * mlvirtmanager/, virt-ctrl/: Subdirectory moved. * README: Supporting documentation updated.
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@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ To build virt-top (optional):
The other packages are not required, but you will get reduced
functionality].
-To build mlvirtmanager (optional):
+To build virt-ctrl (optional):
GTK2 (from http://gtk.org/)
lablgtk2 (from http://wwwfun.kurims.kyoto-u.ac.jp/soft/lsl/lablgtk.html)
@@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ Building
make doc # Build HTML documentation in html/ subdirectory.
-Then have a look at the programs 'mlvirsh.opt' and 'mlvirtmanager.opt'.
+Then have a look at the programs 'mlvirsh.opt' and 'virt-ctrl.opt'.
Note: If you want to run the programs without first installing, you
may need to set your $LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable so it
@@ -88,9 +88,9 @@ contains the build directory. eg:
Windows
----------------------------------------------------------------------
-I have built libvirt (the bindings), examples, mlvirsh and
-mlvirtmanager on Windows using the MinGW port of OCaml. It's quite
-likely that it will also work under VC++, but I have not tested this.
+I have built libvirt (the bindings), examples, mlvirsh and virt-ctrl
+on Windows using the MinGW port of OCaml. It's quite likely that it
+will also work under VC++, but I have not tested this.
You should make sure that your $PATH (environment variable) contains
the names of the directories containing all required DLLs, in
@@ -103,7 +103,7 @@ particular you will require:
libtasn1-*.dll
libxdr.dll (from libxdr)
libxml2-*.dll (from libxml2)
- and, a multitude of DLLs from GTK if you want to run mlvirtmanager
+ and, a multitude of DLLs from GTK if you want to run virt-ctrl
You can use a tool such as Dependency Walker to find/check the
locations of dependent libraries.
@@ -138,15 +138,15 @@ At the time of writing:
% size 15% 13%
-mlvirtmanager
+virt-ctrl
----------------------------------------------------------------------
-'mlvirtmanager' is a demonstration implementation of virt-manager in
-OCaml. It is not feature-complete by any means, but does allow you to
-show the running domains and start and stop defined domains. The main
-functionality _missing_ is the ability to define new virtual machines,
-change the resources allocated to domains, or show the machine
-console.
+'virt-ctrl' (originally called 'mlvirtmanager') is a reimplementation
+of virt-manager in OCaml. It is not feature-complete by any means,
+but does allow you to show the running domains and start and stop
+defined domains. The main functionality _missing_ is the ability to
+define new virtual machines, change the resources allocated to
+domains, or show the machine console.
Programming
@@ -191,5 +191,6 @@ Subdirectories
libvirt/ The OCaml bindings.
examples/ Some example programs using the bindings.
mlvirsh/ 'mlvirsh' command line tool.
-mlvirtmanager/ 'mlvirtmanager' graphical tool.
+virt-ctrl/ 'virt-ctrl' graphical tool.
virt-top/ 'virt-top' tool.
+virt-df/ 'virt-df' tool. \ No newline at end of file