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dot_xen ======= A gem that provides reading and writing of xen files Usage ===== mpro% irb >> require 'lib/dot_xen' => true >> puts XenConfigFile::Parser.new.simple_parse(File.read("spec/fixtures/ey00-s00348.xen")).to_s # -*- mode: python; -*- kernel = "/boot/vmlinuz-2.6.18-xenU" memory = 712 maxmem = 4096 name = "ey00-s00348" vif = [ "bridge=xenbr0" ] root = "/dev/sda1 ro" vcpus = 1 cpu_cap = 100 disk = [ "phy:/dev/ey00-data4/root-s00348,sda1,w", "phy:/dev/ey00-data4/swap-s00348,sda2,w", "phy:/dev/ey00-data4/gfs-00218,sdb1,w!", ] => nil There's two parts to this The .simple_parse traverses the tree and builds the representation using the models in lib/xen/ast.rb. It'll return nil if the document is invalid.