glogg is a multi-platform GUI application to browse and search through long or complex log files. It is designed with programmers and system administrators in mind. glogg can be seen as a graphical, interactive combination of grep and less.
|Tags||log analyser Log Analysis Embedded Systems Development|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Linux Windows Unix|
|Implementation||C++ Qt 4|
Release Notes: This version introduces several new features, and is expected to be the last major feature version before starting the 1.0 branch. Supports incremental search for QuickFind. Adds line numbers to either or both views. Shows the location of matches on the overview when hovering onto them. ‘Follow’ mode now works in both windows. Adds some Windows-friendly keyboard shortcuts. Adds a ‘select all’ feature and block selecting with shift+click. Fixes QuickFind directions to behave like vim (’*’, ’#’, ‘n’ and ‘N’). Adds an option to have QuickFind ignore the case.
Release Notes: This release completes some of the features in 0.9.0 and fixes a few important bugs. The filtered view can now be switched between showing either marks, matches, or both. A handy right click context menu is available when selecting text offering to add the selected text to the current search. A few bugs, most notably display problems with sub-pixel rendered fonts, have been squashed.
Release Notes: This release introduces a couple of new features. There is now an overview of the matches on the right hand side for quickly locating matches in the file. The user can also mark any interesting lines and see them in both the filtered view and the overview.
Release Notes: This version introduces bug fixes in display and behavior when several instances of glogg are running simultaneously. The filters dialog has been reworked as well.
Release Notes: Some new minor features were introduced, as well as several bug fixes. In particular, glogg now supports automatic update of searches as the file grows, several types of regexps are configurable, and searches can be case insensitive.