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LiveLog – interactive near-real-time Log Monitor

Ever got tired of reloading a log file to see what changed? Well, help is at hand. This handy little tool will reload a file every second or so and show you the changes. Or rather, it loads in the extra part of the file and appends it to the end.

And, for those pesky EEPC6 log files, it processes them out into pretty XML structures as it goes.

Why did I write it? Because the need was there, and I like to watch thing happen as I press buttons in EPO.

You can download this tool from my companion site, CTOGoneWild.

As always, if you find it useful, or have any suggestions, please comment!

  1. Ryan
    May 24, 2010 at 12:13

    Nice, any plan on creating a Mac OS X equivalent?


  2. Simon Hunt
    May 24, 2010 at 14:06

    any plans to port an HTA app to OSX? Sure, send me a Macbook and I’ll get right on it. 🙂

    • Ryan
      May 24, 2010 at 16:48

      I can send a late-90’s clamshell iBook, a few bits of string and some duct tape. 😉

      Might be easier to migrate to C# / mono, http://go-mono.com/monotools/

  3. Simon Hunt
    May 25, 2010 at 11:17

    Why don’t you write a port 😉 You can post a comment here with the link to it?

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