This is a utility which faciliates your .NET application to publish debugging information and to view them in real-time as they occur.
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A log player for "The Fourth Coming" ("T4C", http://www.the4thcoming.com). Given a log-file, this tool will replay a T4C game you've played before. It will have built-in functionnalities like : merging log files together, searching and cleaning
Originally written by Paul Vixie in 1986 and distributed through mod.sources, "display" is a program which will repeatedly execute a command and display the output through curses. The purpose of this project is to maintain and extend display.
Logging utility for DB2 for LUW written in SQL-PL
Log4db2 is a logging utility for DB2 for LUW that uses SQL instructions with SQL PL code. Its purpose is to provide an easy way to write messages from a SQL routine, with the possibility to query these messages directly from the database and view the generated output, allowing to monitor the progression of a process. This utility aims to reduce the time used for developing, testing, debugging and monitoring SQL routines, by centralizing the messages produced by the code. The idea and architecture of this utility are based on the popular Java logging utilities, such as Log4j and slf4j/logback. * Log4j [http://logging.apache.org/log4j] * Logback/SLF4J [http://logback.qos.ch/] [http://www.slf4j.org/] The license of the source code is "BSD 2-Clause license", and for the documentation is "FreeBSD Documentation license." With these two licences you are free to use, modify and distribute any part of this utility.
Generate RSS feed from your (log) files
A TTY small utility that sits between the user and their shell to perform logging and other tasks. s1c Flatline also enables a method to "inject" data into a TTY (from other TTY's) as if it were entered via STDIN of the controlling TTY.