[rrd-users] Re: help with librrd_th
winkey at unstable.org
Sun Jul 31 05:51:45 MEST 2005
well in my case i compiled rrdtool from source and it installed as a
library AND a program, the headers are in /usr/include
most of the functions don't need alot in the way of args. you pass them
an int of how many args and a char ** array of the args ie: argc, argv.
like you ran it from the command line. however the graph function is
different and you should dig up some usage of it to see what they did.
the newer versions of rrdtool use a file pointer and i am not sure what
they did yet.
On Fri, 2005-07-29 at 19:18 +0100, Kevin C. wrote:
> > "Stephen Hall writes:"
> >> Can someone
> >> tell me how to call rrd_get_context() and interpret the results. Or
> >> better
> >> yet, can someone point me to a document that explains how to use the C
> >> API
> >> (multi-threaded or otherwise)?
> > Since the silence on this topic was deafening I conclude that this stuff
> > is simply not documented at all. I suppose that if it was hard to write
> > it
> > should be even harder to use. Thanks anyway.
> I want to use rrdtool in C/C++. Would love to help create some sort of
> bindings or do something with the rrdtool source code.
> I had a look through the rrdtool.h header files, etc. I guess one would use
> the header files for the functions, and then link in the librrdtool or
> librrd_th. All the functions are in the header files... even though there's
> quite a lot of 'em.
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