Use regular expressions to look for various events in your log files in a multi-tabbed environment, and copy the selected text to the clipboard.
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Nicolas Bonnefon
glogg is a small application designed specifically for helping you browse and search through long and complex log files. The utility is suitable for programmers and system administrators that need to identify the cause of certain software problems.
The tool adopts a clean and intuitive layout that allows you to decode the program’s dedicated parameters in no time. You can import files using the drag-and-drop support or built-in browse button.
The multi-tabbed environment allows you to work with different documents at the same time and easily switch between them. There’s no support for a help manual but the configuration settings are intuitive.
Glogg gives you the possibility to search for custom text strings within the opened document, preview the content of the log data directly into the main window, as well as view the total number of found matches and lines. Preset colors can be used for sorting the information by marks, matches or both options.
What’s more, you can close all documents at the same time, keep a list with recently opened files, copy the selected text to the clipboard, clear the search results, and reload the information displayed in the main window.
You are allowed to set up custom filters by specifying the matching pattern and selecting the foreground and background colors. A few configuration settings are implemented for helping you alter the text in terms of family and size, and pick the search type (wildcards, fixed strings or regular expressions).
All things considered, glogg integrates straightforward features for helping you use regular expressions to look for various events in your log files. The intuitive package of options makes it suitable for rookies and professionals alike.