I have set the default to build a static library only ... this wont affect
perl ... it works all the same and will build its perl shared library. All
the tools will be static as well.
Thanks to libtool and automake, the lovers of non static things have now
the possibility to have shared libs with --enable-shared
This release also adds yet another operator to CDEF ... called INF and
NEGINF ... whenever it occurs it will result in a data point being drawn at
the lower of upper border of the graph ... (flowers go to Alex)
I have tested this release on Linux, Solaris and FreeBSD. I would be
interested in reports from people who get it to work on other OSs ...
- 1999/08/13 -- Tobi
Tested portability of 1.0.5 release on Solaris, Linux and FreeBSD
+ 1999/08/13 -- Tobi
changed IEEE tests ... now they tell you what fails and they are less
+ 1999/08/12 -- Alex + Tobi
added INF and NEGINF operator to CDEF rpn functions. This pushes an
positive or negative infinite number onto the stack respectively ... when
graphing, they get replaced by a value equivalent to the upper or lower
boundary of the graphing area ...
+ 1999/08/10 -- Tobi
Integrated Blairs autoconf ... added dist and install support
+ 1999/08/09 -- Blair
Added automake/libtool support ... with --enable-shared you can
now get a shared library version of rrdtool ...
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