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Christian Hergert
I was curious if anyone else was hacking on a gtk front end to xend. I
started one on monday in pygtk because the core bindings for xend are
written in python. This is both my frist python and pygtk experience,
although i am familiar with gtk+. I have a few early screenshots at
the following url. There should be descent functionality by friday. I
am considering using gnome-vte for console support, but this would
definitely prevent running on win32 clients. Although that is not a
primary goal of mine, it might be for others. Any ideas, comments,
suggestions are welcome.

http://people.mosaix.net/chris/images/xenmanager/

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Re: gtk gui

Nguyen Anh Quynh
On 5/26/05, Christian Hergert <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I was curious if anyone else was hacking on a gtk front end to xend. I
> started one on monday in pygtk because the core bindings for xend are
> written in python. This is both my frist python and pygtk experience,
> although i am familiar with gtk+. I have a few early screenshots at
> the following url. There should be descent functionality by friday. I
> am considering using gnome-vte for console support, but this would
> definitely prevent running on win32 clients. Although that is not a
> primary goal of mine, it might be for others. Any ideas, comments,
> suggestions are welcome.
>
> http://people.mosaix.net/chris/images/xenmanager/

looks cool!! please release the code soon, so people who interest can
jump in to help out.  ;-)


regards,
aq

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Re: gtk gui

Christian Hergert
I hope to do so friday or over the weekend.

~ chris

On 5/26/05, aq <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On 5/26/05, Christian Hergert <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > I was curious if anyone else was hacking on a gtk front end to xend. I
> > started one on monday in pygtk because the core bindings for xend are
> > written in python. This is both my frist python and pygtk experience,
> > although i am familiar with gtk+. I have a few early screenshots at
> > the following url. There should be descent functionality by friday. I
> > am considering using gnome-vte for console support, but this would
> > definitely prevent running on win32 clients. Although that is not a
> > primary goal of mine, it might be for others. Any ideas, comments,
> > suggestions are welcome.
> >
> > http://people.mosaix.net/chris/images/xenmanager/
>
> looks cool!! please release the code soon, so people who interest can
> jump in to help out.  ;-)
>
>
> regards,
> aq
>


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RE: gtk gui

Ian Pratt
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> I was curious if anyone else was hacking on a gtk front end
> to xend. I started one on monday in pygtk because the core
> bindings for xend are written in python. This is both my
> frist python and pygtk experience, although i am familiar
> with gtk+. I have a few early screenshots at the following
> url. There should be descent functionality by friday. I am
> considering using gnome-vte for console support, but this
> would definitely prevent running on win32 clients. Although
> that is not a primary goal of mine, it might be for others.
> Any ideas, comments, suggestions are welcome.
>
> http://people.mosaix.net/chris/images/xenmanager/

The guys from Clarkson posted a link to something similar a few weeks
back. Perhaps you guys could get together and pool resources?

It would be great if there was a GUI for the unstable tree in time for
the 3.0 release. Keir recently hid the xensv code from the tree (a
web-based front end) as the code had rotted. I'm pretty agnostic as to
whether we have a thin or thick client interface. If soemone wants to
resusitate xensv we could even have both...

How are you interfacing with xend? Invoking xm commands, or issuing
requests to the xend control socket directly? I guess the latter is more
tasteful, but the former is better documented.

Ian

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Re: gtk gui

Christian Hergert
Im actually requireing libxen-python on the thin client box and
utilizing the xen.xend.XendClient http pieces. i setup a trac install
with subversion at http://xenmanager.dronestudios.com. you can check
out the repo with svn co
https://monosvn.mosaix.net/xenmanager/trunk/xenmanager.

On 5/27/05, Ian Pratt <[hidden email]> wrote:

> > I was curious if anyone else was hacking on a gtk front end
> > to xend. I started one on monday in pygtk because the core
> > bindings for xend are written in python. This is both my
> > frist python and pygtk experience, although i am familiar
> > with gtk+. I have a few early screenshots at the following
> > url. There should be descent functionality by friday. I am
> > considering using gnome-vte for console support, but this
> > would definitely prevent running on win32 clients. Although
> > that is not a primary goal of mine, it might be for others.
> > Any ideas, comments, suggestions are welcome.
> >
> > http://people.mosaix.net/chris/images/xenmanager/
>
> The guys from Clarkson posted a link to something similar a few weeks
> back. Perhaps you guys could get together and pool resources?
>
> It would be great if there was a GUI for the unstable tree in time for
> the 3.0 release. Keir recently hid the xensv code from the tree (a
> web-based front end) as the code had rotted. I'm pretty agnostic as to
> whether we have a thin or thick client interface. If soemone wants to
> resusitate xensv we could even have both...
>
> How are you interfacing with xend? Invoking xm commands, or issuing
> requests to the xend control socket directly? I guess the latter is more
> tasteful, but the former is better documented.
>
> Ian
>


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