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0.347 2016-03-07
* --help now exits at the right time (thanks Matt Phillips)
* There is now a "-F" flag which runs "tail -F" instead of "tail -f"
so you can follow log files even if they roll over.
0.346 2014-12-18
* --sort-time wouldn't work if Log::Defer input wasn't completely
minified. This bug was a result of a performance optimisation where
we avoid deserializing the JSON (thanks John Piasetzki)
0.345 2014-12-11
* --pass-through feature: This switch enables a mode where the output
is log-defer JSON format, suitable for feeding into another invocation
of log-defer-viz or a file to be stored later. It is more efficient
than -m 'encode_json $_' because it doesn't re-encode the message.
* Fix regression that broke display of log messages created with ancient
Log::Defer versions back when timers were stored in a hash ref
0.340 2014-10-09
* New --reduce feature: The final piece: Now ldv is officially
a higher order functional programming language. :)
This mostly obsoletes --count but obviously that's still there
for back-compat and occasional usefulness.
* Properly report run-time errors in --count expressions.
* Support # comments in grep/map/etc expressions
0.330 2014-10-08
* Do the right thing in case a sloppy encoder creates an empty
array of timers (like the first draft of the C++ encoder did).
* Prevent -f from dumping the whole file before following
(thanks Avianna)
* Stop --count from prepending a bunch of junk to the output JSON
which makes it easier to consume from a script (thanks Avianna)
* Allow --count to accept expressions, just like --grep and --map.
One of the reasons this is useful is you can fetch arbitratily
nested items from the data section (thanks Avianna)
* In the event of a --map or --grep expression failing to compile,
include the faulty expression in the error message
* Minor doc updates
0.325 2014-05-13
* Delete preceding junk on lines before the first "{"
character: This is because grep -r prepends filenames
by default and sending this output to log-defer-viz
should just work without having to remember to add
the -h flag to grep.
* Add cpanm installation one-liner to docs
* --sort-time feature that sorts entries by start time
0.321 2014-03-26
* Remove file accidentally checked in to git
0.320 2014-03-26
* Format data section output more nicely (Matt Phillips)
* -f follow option for tailing log files (Matt Phillips)
* Fix filename limitation FIXME in .gz/.bz by using multi-var
open (Matt Phillips)
* Link to Michael Pucyk's LogDefer Python module
* Improve docs, update copyright year, explain _() shortcut
0.315 2014-03-11
* Print log messages that contain newlines in a nicely
formatted way that's great for stack traces and data
dumper output (thanks Matt Phillips)
* --tz option that prints timestamps in the timezone you
specify instead of the default system local-time
* Detect and report limitation where .gz and .bz2 filenames
can't contain ' characters
0.311 2013-10-12
* Fix bug in date formatting (thanks Mike R)
* Show unix time along with formatted date
0.310 2013-09-01
* Don't die on log lines that don't start with JSON
useful for parsing mixed log-defer/free-form formats
(thanks mikep)
* --map feature: transform log-defer messages into
arbitrary strings
* Better error reporting when --grep expressions
fail to compile or throw run-time errors
* --count option for creating reports by inspecting
the data section (thanks mikep)
0.300 2013-04-08
* Data::Dumper data view mode was broken
* Allow forcing colours on, even if STDOUT is not a
terminal with --colour
* On terminals that don't support bright_* colours, fall
back to non-bright colours instead of erroring out
* Support new style timer messages that are in arrays,
not hashes
0.201 2013-02-20
* Only include terminal colours if stdout is a terminal
* Forgot to install script in path
* Added section to docs regarding greping
0.200 2013-02-18
* Initial CPAN release: split off code from Log::Defer
so servers don't have to install all the libraries
required for log visualisation