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Logapp 0.15 released

Logapp is a wrapper utility that helps supervise the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS and Subversion). It does this by logging, trimming, and coloring each line of the output before displaying it. Logapp is easy to use and designed to be as fast as possible.

This release includes Makefile updates, documentation updates, smaller bug fixes and code cleanups.... read more

Posted by Michael Brunner 2010-12-27

Logapp 0.14 released

Logapp is a wrapper utility that helps supervise the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS and Subversion). It does this by logging, trimming, and coloring each line of the output before displaying it. Logapp is easy to use and designed to be as fast as possible.

This release fixes two bugs that caused modified data to be logged in certain circumstances.

A detailed list of changes is contained in the changelog:
http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/logapp/logapp/logapp-0.14/logapp-0.14_changelog.txt... read more

Posted by Michael Brunner 2009-08-26

Logapp 0.13 released

Logapp is a wrapper utility that helps supervise the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS and Subversion). It does this by logging, trimming, and coloring each line of the output before displaying it. Logapp is easy to use and designed to be as fast as possible.

The build process has been reworked and a few bugs have been fixed for this release.

A detailed list of changes is contained in the changelog:
http://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?group_id=188836&release_id=692893... read more

Posted by Michael Brunner 2009-06-28

Logapp 0.12 released

Logapp is a wrapper utility that helps supervise the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS and Subversion). It does this by logging, trimming, and coloring each line of the output before displaying it. Logapp is easy to use and designed to be as fast as possible.

This release fixes a segfault which occurred when the TERM environment variable is not set. Additional handling of status codes returned by executed commands has been added.... read more

Posted by Michael Brunner 2009-05-03

Logapp 0.11 released

Logapp is a wrapper utility that helps supervise the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS and Subversion). It does this by logging, trimming, and coloring each line of the output before displaying it. Logapp is easy to use and designed to be as fast as possible.

This release implements the optional usage of extended regular expressions and command-line parameter parsing has been reworked.... read more

Posted by Michael Brunner 2009-02-18

Logapp 0.10 released

Logapp is a wrapper utility that helps supervise the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS and Subversion). It does this by logging, trimming, and coloring each line of the output before displaying it. Logapp is easy to use and designed to be as fast as possible.

There have been many code changes and cleanups all over the project. Additionally, multiplier prefixes for numerical parameters have been added and the log file formatting has been improved.... read more

Posted by Michael Brunner 2008-09-17

Logapp 0.9 released

Logapp is a wrapper utility that helps supervise the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS and Subversion). It does this by logging, trimming, and coloring each line of the output before displaying it. Logapp is easy to use and designed to be as fast as possible.

New options for command execution and logging environment variables have been added. Additionally the data processing has been improved to increase speed and prevent data corruption.... read more

Posted by Michael Brunner 2008-03-02

Logapp 0.8 released

Logapp is a wrapper utility that helps supervise the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS and Subversion). It does this by logging, trimming, and coloring each line of the output before displaying it. Logapp is easy to use and designed to be as fast as possible.

Escape sequence detection and the ability to manually activate configuration file sections have been added. Additionally, there have been a few small updates and fixes.... read more

Posted by Michael Brunner 2007-09-30

Logapp 0.7 released

Logapp is a wrapper utility that helps supervise the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS, and Subversion). It does this by logging, trimming, and coloring each line of the output before displaying it. Logapp is easy to use and designed to be as fast as possible.

Handling of multiple Logapp instances trying to access the same logfile has been added and the parameter parsing has been improved. Additionally, usage of threads and PTYs can now be disabled.... read more

Posted by Michael Brunner 2007-08-05

Logapp 0.6 released

Logapp is a wrapper utility that helps supervise the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS, and Subversion). It does this by logging, trimming, and coloring each line of the output before displaying it. Logapp is easy to use and designed to be as fast as possible.

This is mainly a cleanup release. The only new feature is timeout-based line joining when working with streams that are not received in line-by-line packages.... read more

Posted by Michael Brunner 2007-06-17

Logapp 0.5 released

Logapp is a wrapper utility that helps supervise the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS, and Subversion). It does this by logging, trimming, and coloring each line of the output before displaying it. Logapp is easy to use and designed to be as fast as possible.

The main changes for this release are added options for logfile size limiting and optional millisecond timestamps for logged lines. Additionally a manpage describing all available options has been added.... read more

Posted by Michael Brunner 2007-05-19

Logapp 0.4 released

Logapp is a wrapper utility that helps supervising the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS, Subversion...).

Changes for logapp 0.4:
- Added line highlighting via regular expression
- Output processing can now be disabled completely via regular expression match against command line parameters of the application
- Added optional character based stream handling (without output processing)
- Creating symlinks for logmake, logsvn and logcvs with 'make install'
- Some tweaks and fixes... read more

Posted by Michael Brunner 2007-04-30

Logapp 0.3 released

Logapp is a wrapper utility that helps supervising the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS, Subversion...).

Changes for logapp 0.3:
- Generating optional summary after the application has exited
- Adding more information to logfile
- Improved configuration file handling
- Using Posix threads and pseudo terminal for console redirection
- Some smaller tweaks and fixes... read more

Posted by Michael Brunner 2007-03-25

Logapp 0.2 released

Logapp is a wrapper utility that helps supervising the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS, Subversion...).

Changes for logapp 0.2:
- Added configuration file support
- Improved log file handling

Please have a look at the screenshot to see how it looks like:
http://sourceforge.net/project/screenshots.php?group_id=188836

You can get the source here:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=188836

Posted by Michael Brunner 2007-02-18

Logapp 0.1 released

Logapp is a small utility that helps supervising the execution of applications that produce heavy console output (e.g. make, CVS, Subversion...).

This is the first version of logapp that has been released.

The main features are contained and basically working:
- transparently logging the complete application output into a file
- coloring a line dependent of the output channel (stdout/stderr)
- line clipping (independently for each output channel)
- all features are configurable... read more

Posted by Michael Brunner 2007-02-10