Thursday, 16 October 2008

MinGW: It's got an icon and it works!

As you can see from the screenshot below, I addressed Nicu's complaint and added a simple icon to the virsh (virt shell) EXE file. Here's how to do that again using all open source tools. We also a fixed a rather embarrassing endianness bug in our XDR implementation, and so virsh/libvirt can talk to remote libvirtd servers.


nicu said...

Looking at the mailing list archive: you can create the final .ico file with GIMP on Linux, having all the different resolutions at separate layers inside the same file

Richard Jones said...

Hey Nicu, you wouldn't have a link to that would you?

In the end we decided to punt on this issue and let someone who actually uses Windows / Vista in the libvirt community submit a good icon.