timed tail for logfiles. Display loglines given a minimum date and/or a maximum date.

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README

ttail - timed tail for logfiles

Display loglines given a minimum date and/or a maximum date.

More info : man docs/man/man1/ttail.1

Instalation :
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Dependencies :
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doxygen (documentation & manpage generation)
check (unit test framework)

Cloning git repo :
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git clone https://git.yannweb.net/yannweb/ttail.git
cd ttail
#run aclocal automake and autoconf
./bootstrap.sh

Compilation :
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./configure
make
#Then you can found the executable in ./src/ttail

#run tests
make check


Installation :
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#Warning : not tested
make install

Building a debian package :
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debuild -b -uc -us