Reply to post: Re: KVM is making QEMU shoddy

Microsoft tweaks Windows 10 on Arm64 to play nicely with KVM

Waseem Alkurdi

Re: KVM is making QEMU shoddy

A good response to this is that QEMU is kept under Git source control. One can get the "last known good" build (without KVM), fork it into a new branch, say "QEMU Legacy", and develop onto that.

That's how many open source projects started ... fork for keeping legacy compatibility (MATE started as a GNOME 2 fork in response to GNOME 3).

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