[rrd-developers] looking at apis from a users perspective
José Luis Tallón
jltallon at adv-solutions.net
Mon Sep 8 22:48:35 CEST 2008
Tobias Oetiker wrote:
> Today Florian Forster wrote:
>> My last point, and here I really dive into personal preference without
>> any good arguments for it: Mixing names such as `librrd_version' with
>> ``smallCapsNames'' is horrible. I don't like the caps approach much, so
>> I'd much prefer `rrd_get_ds_count' over `librrd_countDSs'. Actually, I'd
>> simply change that function to:
> CapNames are so windows :-)
hey ... but real men don't click ;) ;)
>> I've done a quick mockup, how I'd design the API. I didn't even try to
>> compile anything, so there may be syntax errors and stuff all around.
>> It's just to get the basic idea(s) across. Any ideas / comments?
> As I said before I am not much into designing c-apis (I dream in
> perl). So what I would like to see is the user-side of the api.
> How about you write a short sample application with your idea of an
> api and so does José. The application should do the following in
> terms of todays function calls:
> * rrd_create (2 ds, 3 rras)
> * rrd_update_v
> * rrd_graph_v
It will take a bit, but will do. If at all possible, I will try and
provide the C++ version, too.
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