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A really, really simple Python virtualization module which interfaces directly with QEMU.

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Vertibird is a dead-simple virtualization library based around direct access to QEMU. Because I couldn't be bothered to figure out how the hell the crappy libvirt C bindings work. I also couldn't be bothered to write a million lines of XML. Screw that.

Currently only tested on x86_64, and probably only works on x86_64. Usage is also only possible on Linux, this library is NOT cross-platform. It would've taken an infinitely longer amount of time to write this for Windows, since it makes use of features such as named pipes.


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License: MIT (see LICENSE for details)

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