[rrd-users] ANNOUNCE: RRGrapher-1.032 released (was "Re: RRGrapher issues")
plonka at doit.wisc.edu
Thu Sep 18 22:50:40 MEST 2003
Greg and I corresponded about the problems he reported below while
trying to get RRGrapher-1.026 working with mod_perl.
As a result, I've just produced a new RRGrapher release which I think
will work with mod_perl. I've included the announcement below.
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Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2003 14:07:54 -0500
From: Dave Plonka <plonka at doit.wisc.edu>
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Subject: ANNOUNCE: RRGrapher-1.032 released
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I've released an updated version of RRGrapher, the "companion" graphing
tool for use with RRDTOOL.
Here's a short list of changes (since RRGrapher-1.026) in RRGrapher
revision 1.32, roughly in order the likely order of interest:
* default to producing PNG images rather than GIF
* added support for mod_perl
(configurable but also tries to auto-detect)
Thanks to hints from Dale Carder.
* added support for running under IIS on Windows
(tries to auto-detect, but configurable as well)
Thanks to testing by Scott Buckingham.
* uuencoded logo so that MIME::Base64 is no longer required
Thanks to Tom Bertelson.
RRGrapher and its documentation can be found here:
If you get a change to try it out, please let me know if you discover
problems (_only_ if you discover problems)... I'm particularly
interested in whether it works well now with mod_perl, since the most
recent change was to help out those folks.
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