MAL is an application logger for Mac OS X. This application can detect following actions: current using application, mouse and keyboard, and PC's active state (ON/OFF). Also, each detected actions are saved as a CSV file at user's home directory. If you will customize source code, you can upload those actions to the server.
How to use MAL.app ?
- Download the source file from "Download ZIP" button.
MAL.appin the file by double click, and then an application window will be appeared. -- If the window is not aooeared, you should check a security setting of your computer (from
System Preferences -> Security&Privacy -> General.) -- If you want to detect keyboard actions, you have to permit access to the keyboard API (from
System Preferences -> Security&Privacy -> Privacy -> Accessibility -> "Check MAL.zpp".)
- Detected actions are saved as CSV files, with timestamp (unixtime).
|Type of Actions||File Name (Defulat)|
|PC's active state||~/mal-pcstate.csv|
|Current using application||~/mal-app.csv|
- You can check MAL's action using a following command.
$ tail -f ~/mal-app.csv
How to customize MAL.app ?
... coming soon
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