Description of problem: I have a setup where I am using a tdl as a base to build clean development VMs. The problem currently is that every time I want to build a new one, I have to change the <name> so it doesn't conflict with the last one I built. Yes, there are times when this is ok (like if I plan to blow away my old VM every time I create a new one), but this is frequently not the case.
Something where you can pass in a requested disk images name, or just have oz add a number to the end each time would solve it (I kind of like the latter, less work for the user), though I am sure there are other ways to go about it as well.
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