ANNOUNCE: rrdtool 0.99.46 (PLEASE DOWNLOAD and TEST)

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ANNOUNCE: rrdtool 0.99.46 (PLEASE DOWNLOAD and TEST)

Tobias Oetiker
Another Week maybe and 1.0.0 goes out the door ...

So please! Test it NOW!

* There are now special mailinglists for rrdtool:

rrd-announce    LOW volume RRD Tool Announcements List (Only Stable Releases)

rrd-users       For discussion amongst people who use RRD Tool in their applications

rrd-developers  For people who actually HACK RRD Tool code

To subscribe to <MAILGLIST> send a message with the subject 'subscribe'
to <MAILGLIST>-[hidden email].

* This release adds portability fixes for the IEEE detection ... I have
  dropped time() altogether

* Blair has enhanced the %s with %S so that you can have the same scaling
  on all autoscaled G?PRINT values

* I have changed the autoscaler so that it looks at the presence of the
  --y-grid option and adjusts the scaling so that a upper and lower bounds
  of the graph area show a major grid line and a lable

The release is available from

http://ee-staff.ethz.ch/~oetiker/webtools/rrdtool/pub

cheers
tobi

PS: PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND TEST !!!!!!!!
PPS: Please subscribe to the new mailinglists
PPPS: PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND TEST !!!!!!!!!!

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0.99.46
From: Tobi
0) take --ygrid definitions into account when building min and max
   values for scaling the graph
1) added info on NEW RRD Tool mailinglist information to websites and readme
2) better detection of use lib requirements

From: Blair
0) Bug fixes to auto_scale when the value is 0.  With a value of 0
   you would end up with some odd output since the log of 0 is not
   defined.

1) Added functionallity to allow a new %S modifier in a PRINT
   or GPRINT command.  Here's the comments from my additions
   to rrdgraph.pod

   If a '%S' is used instead of a '%s', then instead of calculating the
   appropriate SI magnitude unit for this value, the previously calculated
   SI magnitude unit will be used.  This is useful if you want all the
values
   in a PRINT statement to have the same SI magnitude unit.  If there was
   no previous SI magnitude calculation made, then '%S' behaves like a '%s',
   unless the value is 0, in which case it does not remember a SI magnitude
   unit and a SI magnitude unit will only be calculated when the next '%s'
is
   seen or the next '%S' for a non-zero value.
   To see the new code in action, check out
   http://www.geocities.com/~bzking/orca-example/dw-daily.html#28
2) Spelling fixes.
3) White space moving around in rrdgraph.c to make the code look a little
   prettier.



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