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.

Please have a look at the screenshots to see how it can look like:

You can get the source here:

Or use Subversion to get the latest (development) sources:

Posted by Michael Brunner 2007-06-17

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