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Design and implementation of a forensic documentation tool for interactive command-line sessions. My bachelor thesis. http://scytale.name/proj/forscript/
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README for forscript This project has just been open-sourced, this file is only preliminary. WHAT IS IT? =========== Please read <http://scytale.name/proj/forscript/>. WHAT'S THE STATUS? ================== It works and does what it's supposed to, although it could log more metadata. I'm currently working on transforming forscript from a thesis into an ordinary free software project, for example by providing a readme file and adding an open-source license (most likely GPLv3) to it. WHAT ARE ITS REQUIREMENTS? ========================== To generate the source file or the documentation, you need noweb: http://www.cs.tufts.edu/~nr/noweb/ Generating the documentation additionally needs LaTeX and some packages. To use the (pretty simple) Makefile, you need make. Duh. To compile the source, a POSIX system with decent C99 compiler and library is required. Your also need to have the POSIX real-time extensions (clock_gettime) available. The most popular Unix which doesn't have these is Apple Mac OS X. Someone could patch forscript to use gettimeofday() there... (hint, hint!) HOW DO I BUILD IT? ================== Type "make". This should do the trick on most compatible systems. If your system is not compatible, hack forscript to support it and send me a patch! :) HOW CAN I CONTACT YOU? ====================== <http://scytale.name/contact/> or <http://github.com/scy/>.