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LogPile is a handy utility for viewing, printing, saving and analysing OS X's log files.
LogPile is a handy utility for viewing, printing, saving and analysing OS X's log files. It provides users with the means for performing basic data-mining operations on these logs.
LogPile can also be used to delete a specific log file or to reset the console log.
Here are some key features of "LogPile":
Support for the Window menu.
A unified list-style display of system, application and console logs.
User-definable display and printer font type and size.
Simple find-string (case-insensitive) and filter string feature.
Save and/or print a copy of the currently displayed log in its entirely or after filtering.
"Smart" detection of empty system-level logs. In other words, if there is nothing in the log, it doesn't get displayed.
Support for MacOS X 10.2.
Support for log files larger than 512 KBytes.
Hide and/or show the details of a selected log entry.
The console log display can now be cleared while log entries are being displayed.
Support for tool-tips.
Manually pause/resume/stop the display of log entries.
Log entries can now be sorted either by themselves or by their line numbers.
Select All/None menu option now supported.
Copy selected log entries to the clipboard.
Drag and drop selected log entries to the Desktop or to any application that supports drag 'n drop.
Threaded search engine.
30 days demo.
Send displayed log entries to multiple recipients via e-mail.
Define the font type/size prior to actual printing.
E-mail, print or save only those entries that were selected and/or expanded.
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