lights at cix.co.uk
Fri Jun 25 17:13:32 CEST 2004
Les Smithson <lsmithso at NOhare.SPAM.demon.co.uk> wrote in message news:<m3llic61zx.fsf at hare.demon.co.uk>...
> I have to ask this - did you look at snmpy
> (http://snmpy.sourceforge.net)? This uses ucd-snmp/net-snmp for the
> grunt. It doesn't claim to be ported to Windows, but net-snmp is, and
> the C module in snmpy doesn't *look* that difficult to build on
Yes, I did look at snmpy. And was instantly scared off by the obvious
need to hack about with the C module to get it to compile on Win32. I
haven't even been able to get net-snmp itself to compile on Win32 - I
tried to follow the net-snmp readme about compiling it with cygwin and
just ended up in a world of pain. The thought of doing the same for
snmpy brings me out in hives.
For better or for worse, I don't come from a UNIX / C background and
so while such things may be straightforward for some, they're not for
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