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Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH v6 00/10] libxl: event API

Ian Campbell writes ("Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH v6 00/10] libxl: event API"):
> Do we require that the async stuff is complete before we can commit the
> event stuff? Obviously the former makes heavy use of the later so I
> guess there will be "knock-back" effects as you implement it but the
> series is becoming quite unwieldy (and long lived) so maybe it'd be
> better to push part 1 and fix it up as necessary when you do the async
> stuff?

That's probably a good idea.  I'm refreshing it and testing it.

> > These should perhaps go in soon:
> >  01/10 libxl: make LIBXL_INIT_GC a statement, not an initialiser
> >  03/10 libxl: move a lot more includes into libxl_internal.h
> >  04/10 libxl: Provide more formal libxl__ctx_lock and _unlock
> >  05/10 libxl: Fix leaks on context init failure
> >  09/10 libxl: introduce libxl_fd_set_nonblock, rationalise _cloexec
> > 
> > This one has now been tested and can go in IMO:
> >  02/10 xenstore: New function xs_path_is_subpath
> I agree that all the above can go in. I think I've acked them all.



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