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eiВ Втр, 16/11/2010 в 07:53 +0100, Hans de Graaff пишет:
> On Tue, 2010-11-16 at 06:40 +0000, Peter Volkov (pva) wrote:
> > +# Peter Volkov <firstname.lastname@example.org> (16 Nov 2010)
> > +# Last rites: dev-python/py-rrdtool #345701
> > +# Old python bindins that currently are included into net-analyzer/rrdtool
> > +# Removal on 16 Dec 2010
> > +dev-python/py-rrdtool
> I have a similar todo item on my list for the standalone ruby bindings,
> but I have not masked them yet because rrdtool 1.0.50 doesn't include
> them and is still in the tree. I'm not sure when the python bindings got
> incorporated into rrdtool, but I'm guessing it might be similar.
> Any plans to remove rrdtool-1.0.50 from the tree? Or should I just go
> ahead and remove the ruby bindings anyway?
rrdtool-1.0 is used by SFlowtool and last time I've tried it worked so I
don't see any reason to drop rrdtool-1.0.50 from the tree. As for
bindings, py-rrdtool have known problems and thus I've decided to drop
it. Probably it's good idea to do the same for ruby bindings as rrdtool
ChangeLog suggests that some problems were fixed there too.
If users need bindings they better use recent rrdtool and bundled
bindings, rrdtool-1.0.x for sflowtool only.