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bug fixed in listener 8134 Reads
There was a bug in the BEEP listeners which made them ignore the listen port set by srAPISetOption. The BEEP listeners always listen to 601, no matter what was set. This has today been fixed. The fix is currently available via anonymous CVS from sourceforge, only. Check there if you need this functionality.
Posted by rgerhards on Friday, October 14, 2005
LibLogging 0.6.0 released 7310 Reads
After a very long time, LibLogging 0.6.0 has been released today. This version is not as stable as 0.5.0, but it includes the COOKED listener as its most important feature (but please note that it currently does not support COOKED relay operations or is scheduled to do that in the near future).
LibLogging is alive! 7481 Reads
You may wonder... no news during the past month. Is LibLogging abandoned? Well, it looks like it is ... but that's not the truth. Of course, development on LibLogging has stopped, a fact caused by the simple matter of lack of interest in the library. However, there is growing interest since spring of this year and that interest will soon spawn some new development in LibLogging. There is a co-project, called rsyslog which implements a reliable syslog server, soon together with LibLogging. This project will hopefully create some additional awareness for RFC 3195 like logging. So, don't panic, LibLogging is still very vital alive, it was just resting a little bit. I expect some more updates coming within the next 3 month (there are already some new features in the CVS version).
Posted by rgerhards on Tuesday, July 05, 2005
Future Milestones 8531 Reads
The exact order of future development has not yet been decided, but it is likely that it will be close in the way the topics are ordered in this list:
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It comes with the addition of a client-side COOKED profile (not yet on the server side) as well as a full-blown message object.
Posted by therget on Monday, January 26, 2004 Read full article: '2003-09-12 - liblogging 0.5.0 is now available'
I will keep this version healthy as I move along.
Only instable version will be found there for the time being
(else use the ZIP archives).
Posted by therget on Monday, January 26, 2004 Read full article: '2003-09-02 - Moved the instable source (currently pre-0.4.0) to SourceForge.Net'
it is the world's first windows application doing so.
See the news release for complete details.
Posted by therget on Monday, January 26, 2004 Read full article: '2003-08-29 - MonitorWare Agent 1.3 now supports rfc 3195/raw'
version is the first one to include support for building servers (listeners). Please note that there is NO 0.3.0 version - this number was eaten up by an incomplete copy passed on to some limited folks. . . . . . . . .
Posted by therget on Monday, January 26, 2004 Read full article: '2003-08-29 - liblogging 0.3.1 is now available'
while the main project home page remains here, we will use the sourceforge discussion lists, forums and bug trackers.
news release for complete details.
Posted by therget on Monday, January 26, 2004 Read full article: '2003-08-26 - liblogging is now also on sourceforge.net'
The server runs and talks to
other products. It needs a lot of polishing - I think we are still some days away from a public release.
Posted by therget on Monday, January 26, 2004 Read full article: '2003-08-25 - initial code base for 0.3.0 more or less finished.'
All about syslog @ Adiscon
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