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Developer: Jan Weingärtner
TailMe is an utility providing functions similar to the UNIX command "tail":
it lists the last changed lines/characters in a text file.
You can always see changes taking place in the file on the fly.
It is very usefull for monitoring log files of applications - e.g. Apache's "error.log" and "access.log".
To reload different monitor jobs you can define configuration files and hand them over to "TailMe" by a command line parameter (example is included).
TailMe Screenshot: RichView is used to show changes in the monitored files
TailMe can monitor several log files at the same time.
For every file a TRichView component is dynamicly created.
The using of TRichView's format functions makes it possible to create more expressive outputs than the standard "tail" command can do.
- lines with special (user-defined) key words are written in different colors
- shrinked log files are symbolized with a horizontal line
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