Changes between Version 12 and Version 13 of RRDtool13


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Jun 11, 2007, 5:56:43 PM (15 years ago)
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oetiker
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  • RRDtool13

    v12 v13  
    1515The switch to Cairo makes for a number of neat new features:
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    17  * --graph-render-mode=mono brings back the rrdtool 1.0.x look and feel [[Image(minmax.mono.png)]]
     17 * --graph-render-mode=mono brings back the rrdtool 1.0.x look and feel[[BR]][[Image(minmax.mono.png)]][[BR]]. The antialiasing can be configured for
     18   graph and fonts separately.
    1819 * full grid-fitting of all drawing operations makes for crisper looking graph output
    19    even when antialiasing is active.
    20 [[Image(minmax.anti.png)]]
     20   even when anti aliasing is active.[[BR]][[Image(minmax.anti.png)]][[BR]][[Image(minmax.12.png)]]
    2121
    2222We now use Pango for all text rendering. Pango integrates with Cairo, Freetype and Fontconfig. This has a number of implications:
    2323
    2424 * Fonts are accessed through the fontconfig interface. This means you get access
    25    to all fonts on your system, and at the same time loose the ability to use truetype   
     25   to all fonts on your system, and at the same time loose the ability to use true type   
    2626   fonts directly.
    2727
     
    3333 1. [wiki:RRDaccelerator rrdtool accelerator] inspired by Philippe Simonet (tobi)
    3434 1. Architecture independent data format with xdr (tobi with help from Matt Massie)
    35  1. commandline parsing with popt (or some other thread-safe thing) (tobi)
     35 1. command line parsing with popt (or some other thread-safe thing) (tobi)
    3636 1. ALIGN:left|right|both function to alter the way rrdtool acts on encountering a full line.
    3737    At the moment it justifies the line which may not look good in all cases

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