[olsr-dev] httpinfo + viz

Lorenz Schori (spam-protected)
Fri Mar 3 12:22:10 CET 2006

hi sven-ola

i think, i'll just add some #define and #ifded's, so poeple (you) can  
choose whether they wan't to have this compiled or not. the reason i  
decided to integrate the functionality into httpinfo is that the  
whole infrastructure lives in this plugin (http server, example  
code, ...).
this leads me to another thought. you only use httpinfo in freifunk  
because it's the easiest way to pull out all the values right?  
would'nt it save more space/ram if olsrd just writes out it's data  
regulary to a textfile somewhere in /var and ff webinterface just  
awks thru it?


Am 03.03.2006 um 12:08 schrieb Sven-Ola Tuecke:

> Lorenz,
> while greatly appreciating such addons, I'am always patching may  
> way to small footprints. Currently seeking for additional 64k for  
> the freifunk firmware project targeted at 2-Mb-Mips-WLAN-Routers  
> (2048mb(flash) - 320kb(booter) - 64kb(nvram) - linux kernel -  
> busybox - webui - trafficshaping - iproute2 - dnsmasq will leave  
> not too much space for addons). For this, it makes sense (at least  
> for me) to put that stuff in an extra *.so which will you give the  
> opportinity to add / change what's needed.
> LG Sven-Ola
> "Lorenz Schori" <(spam-protected)> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news: 
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> hi all
> currently i'm incorporating a new feature into the httpinfo plugin: a
> self organizing javascript based graph of surrounding olsr nodes. it
> is heaviliy inspired by wi-viz (1). i completed a working simulation
> version and now want to incorporate it into httpinfo. here are my
> questions:
> 1. all the html/css/images are hardcoded into c strings. is there
> some sort of command line tool which could automate this process?
> 2. i'd like to display the names of the nodes if the nameservice
> plugin is loaded. is it possible to access symbols in other plugins?
> lorenz
> 1) http://devices.natetrue.com/wiviz/
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