On Fri, Jun 01, 2007 at 09:18:26AM +0530, Saurabh Garg wrote:
> Thanks Tom, I got access to the docs :)
> I had another question... xen bindings are now available in 3 flavors,
> C, Java and Python. I think that python is the one xen recommends the most.
> As I understand, xen-api is still an evolving project (though much more
> stable with the recent 3.1 release). Are there concrete plans to support
> the Java and C api(s) in the future releases also. I plan to use Java/C
> api(s), so knowing before hand will be a great advantage.
The Python and C bindings will be supported in-tree going forward. In
particular, the C bindings are being used by the Xen-CIM project, and so are
actively being used and relied upon.
The Java bindings that Tom Wilkie posted recently are not an official part of
the Xen project, and not included in the tree; this is a third-party project
as part of his work at the University of Cambridge. These bindings may be
included at some later date, given time, but they are still a work-in-progress
at the moment.
> Tom Wilkie wrote:
> >In the xen-3.1-testing.hg repository, goto docs/xen-api and type make
> >There are also docs to the java bindings at
> >On 25 May 2007, at 10:49, Saurabh Garg wrote:
> >>Where can I find the documentation of the Xen 3.1 management APi(s).
> >>I see that some new method calls are supported (like migrate), but
> >>the pdf document which I downloaded seems to be pretty old.
> >>Any information on the download url for the same will be great.
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