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bhyveucl

Script for starting bhyve instances based on a libUCL config file

The tools to work with UCL uclcmd from the command line is very immature, so initial versions of this script used jq to parse JSON instead. See the jq branch for the old code. Generalizing the script to be compatible with both tools is not my goal, but the old version may be useful as a reference.

libUCL is JSON compatible, so it can read JSON config files, the advantage to libUCL is that it is less syntax sensitive, meaning a missing or additional comma doesn't make the config file unparsable. libUCL can also read YAML, and nginx (bind) style config syntax. It is much more 'human writable' than JSON

Allowing a trailing comma on the last item in a JSON array or object reduces the diff as the config file changes, which is helpful for change management.

libUCL will allow better validation of the config file by enforcing a schema.

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