[rrd-users] Re: Printing tabs onto graphs (feature request)
wshs at delinked.us
Thu Jan 1 19:49:02 MET 2004
Michael Reynolds wrote:
> Alex van den Bogaerdt wrote:
>>If I understand what you're trying to ask, you're looking for:
>>In: Current: 120.53MB/s Average: 20.12MB/s Max: 125.00MB/s
>>Out: Current: 1.00 B/s Average: 3.00 B/s Max: 10.00MB/s
>>and so on. In other words, you need alignment of the text.
>>So, why aren't you using the formatter string to specify a fixed
>>length for the numbers?
> Mostly because it would be confusing for people to read. Second,
> because measurements aren't always done in bytes, and sometimes require
> no abbreviation, so I can't specify a length of %3.2lf%sB/s and get away
> with it.
Silly me, I read your message wrong, I think. The alignment of the
numbers does not matter, it's the alignment of the labels
(in/out/current/average/max/etc) that matters. If I use left alignment,
all of the groups (in/out/icmp/etc) should left align. Additionally,
the Current labels should be left aligned, likewise with Average and
Max. That is, if \t existed, and I used it. Here's an (ugly) example:
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