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From "Oliver Burn" <oli...@puppycrawl.com>
Subject Re: Chainsaw improvements
Date Wed, 01 May 2002 02:22:26 GMT
Hi Sam,

There is certainly interest in developing Chainsaw further. Please
see http://www.mail-archive.com/log4j-dev@jakarta.apache.org/msg01730.html
for some of my thoughts on how Chainsaw can be developed further.

I am curious as to which version of Chainsaw you are using? The
version that is part of log4j supports loading trace files that
are created using the XMLLayout.

Your involvement would be great. Feel free to email me directly or
via the mailing list (as appropriate). Ideas and thoughts are great,
patches are sublime. :-)


> Hi,
> I'm interested in doing work on Chainsaw.  At my last
> job at Intel I developed a trace system similar to
> log4j (writing/appending to a log file or sending UDP
> trace messages) and created a UI for monitoring the
> UDP messages or loading/saving trace files.  My UI
> system had dynamic filtering by error levels and
> modules.  In addition it had user defined color coding
> for the different files (each trace message could be
> sent with a module and file name).  It also grouped
> error messages into a tabbed pane that was deliniated
> by the sending IP address or file.
> If there is any interest in this sort of thing I would
> like to get involved.
> thank you,
> Sam Jackson
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