Release 1.0.0 of Ruby SNMP is now available. (Whoo hoo!) The feature
set is pretty complete for SNMP v1 and v2c and there are no known bugs.
There’s even some documentation. So after more than 3000 downloads,
it’s time to stop calling this thing a beta.
For the uninitiated, the SNMP protocol provides the capability to
monitor and manage switches, routers, printers, desktops, and other
equipment in your network. This implementation includes a simple
Ruby-style interface and symbolic access to SNMP object IDs.
There is only one change for version 1.0.0: the TimeTicks class now has
a to_s method that prints out a human-readable time, instead of just a
number of ticks.