rspecs are so passe ...
Redo the rspectogenilib converter with the goal of supporting both translation *and* regression testing. A new library is responsible for taking the output of libXML and creating a data structure representing the rspec. While this is being done, we look for any constructs or attributes we cannot handle with geni-lib and report that as an error; we are not going to convert an rspec unless we can do it correctly. and completely. Regression testing is done with another part of this library, that knows how to compare each element of two rspecs. Basically start at the root and compare all the way down, failing if the two "parses" of the XML are not equal at any level. rspectogenilib now has an option that does regression testing by running the new geni-lib and comparing the resulting rspec against the original. On the UI side, there is a new button on existing rspec based profiles (currently only for admin and studs) called "Convert to geni-lib" that runs the converter to convert the profile to geni-lib. The user does not have to accept the new script of course. However, a converted profile is marked in the database, and the user can still use Jacks on it, we just run rspectogenilib geni-lib again on the new rspec. If the user edits the geni-lib, we switch back to normal geni-lib (clear the flag) when the new version is saved, and Jacks is once again read-only. This is explained in the UI, and is one of the things people need to give comment on. There is also a mode on the Create Profile page for converting new rspec based profiles to geni-lib, but that is fully turned off for now, we can get to that later.