[dev] FRRouting: SQLite for OSPF and ISIS database, BGP link-state, Devel-tools

Quentin Young qlyoung at cumulusnetworks.com
Sat Nov 17 13:19:59 EST 2018

Hi Ehsan-

4. We have a work-in-progress developer’s guide here: https://frrouting.readthedocs.io/projects/dev-guide/en/latest/ <https://frrouting.readthedocs.io/projects/dev-guide/en/latest/>

If you have specific questions feel free to ask on this list or in slack; I’ve sent you an invite to the FRR slack.


> On Nov 16, 2018, at 11:38 PM, Ehsan Sabooni <ehsan.sabooni at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello dear all,
> I am pretty new in FRRouting, and keen to take part in its usage and development.
> I have started reading ISISd code. I saw somewhere in the code, and I thought whether it is possible to have the ISIS/OSPF database to be saved in SQLite database; making it pretty easy for further developments, such as developing CSPF and RSVP-TE for it.
> my question is:
> 1- does FRRouting save ISIS/OSPF database information in SQLite database?
> 2- If not, how is it possible to force it to do so?
> 3- Does FRRouting support BGP link-state protocol? this make it suitable for carrier level provisioning via SDN solutions (OpenDaylight, ONOS).
> 4- That's my shy for asking such unprofessional question at last, if I want to start development and contribution, where should I start? (Which IDE, development tools, etc, do I need?). as a C developer the only tool that I know to read and understand the C code, is Cscope. Do you have any other recommendation to speed up my work?
> I appreciate your support!
> thanks and best regards.,,
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