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LogPile 1.2.4
Jul 26, 2003 09:50PM
Contributed by: anarakis
http://members.shaw.ca/anarakisware/pages/logPile.htm
Download: 952KBytes Stuffit Archive

LogPile is a handy utility for viewing and analysing OS X's system and application logs. More than just a log viewer, LogPile provides users with the means for performing basic data-mining operations on these logs. Users can also use LogPile to delete a specified application log. LogPile is designed to complement (if not, replace) MacOS X's Console utility application. It is also designed for a user with administrative privileges. For security reasons, it should not be used when logged in as 'root'.

- log files with long filenames (greater than 31 characters) are now correctly displayed.
- when a user/custom log is successfully deleted, the pop-up menu list of log files is now updated.
- fixed an AppleEvent bug that prevented the preferences window from being displayed.
- fixed a bug that prevented LogPile from recognising valid registration information.
- the display filter now uses case-sensitive regular expression matching.
- cut/copy/paste operations now work for selected text portions inside edit fields.


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