#250 SLAM - Starterra's Logfile Analyzer for Megamek


As I promised I'm posting here our log file parser.
Readme is included in archive. Completely PERL-written
it is designed for web server usage. You can check out
this URL as expample:


  • James Damour

    James Damour - 2005-08-17

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    Neat! I'm worried that the recent Server Log changes have
    messed up the log file text. Let me know what I can do to
    help you get your analyzer back in sync. Better still, now
    that entries in the Server Logs are individual messages, we
    should be able to work together to get guaranteed precise
    statistics out of them (regardless of i18n and l10n).

    By the way, unless you mean to use a GPL license, we can't
    include your analyzer in our distribution in order to avoid
    infringing the copyright of A.C. Software.

  • Anton Sabadash

    Anton Sabadash - 2005-08-17

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    We are already working on the errors wich have came with the
    new log file. :) There are some issues still which are not
    handled as they sould be.

    As for the license, I guess I sould get a copy, and include
    it in the distribution. :) Anyway the main idea of this
    thing was to create a web based analyzer, so people can use
    it to check in their battles to our stats system. It needs
    PERL to run standalone, so I will post here a modifyed
    version for command line usage.

    Also I've started the work for locale translation to
    Russian. There are some questions concerntng this unit too:
    1. Interface translations meen nothing to logfile, so there
    can be anything?
    2. Are logfile writes locale dependant? e.g. if I will set
    russian language, with full translation, will the logfile be
    in russan too?

  • Sebastian Brocks

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    1) yes
    2) yes

  • Anton Sabadash

    Anton Sabadash - 2005-08-19

    SLAM, currently supporting MM 0.30 and so on. Show Unique ID must be on.

  • Anton Sabadash

    Anton Sabadash - 2005-08-19

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    Well I've done some fixes, so system is functional with
    0.30. However, it's now not compatible with older versions.

  • Dylan Myers

    Dylan Myers - 2013-03-02

    Is this still in existence, or did it get dropped?


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