Developer: Timofey Danshin
Current Version: 1.3.0
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 879.2 KB - Download
LogrPro is a simple and powerful tool for viewing logs. It allows you to view logs in real time as they grow, highlight lines containing certain substrings, search for the entries containing substrings.
LogrPro also allows you to open several logs at a time and navigate easily between them.
Choose the list of encodings you most often work with as well as the file extensions from the Preferences Window.
Switch the tail feature off if you want to see the log growing, or just start scrolling.
You can choose the the font face or size, as well as hide the side panels and go full screen to see more of your log at a time.
The thing everyone has been asking for is finally here. Now you can search for the next/previous line matching one of your filters or enter a search phrase in the Keyword Input and search the log for that.
More Reviews for Current Version
Is ok unless you work with Tomcat - If you have a log file that is not currently being written to or locked you can read the log, even if you set the file extension to .out you still can’t select the catalina.out file that is being generated real time. Try to get support and you get a wordpress blog with no email for support.
Very sluggish and buggy - This app is very slow and doesn’t have basic search capability. Running on a 2015 Retina Macbook Pro and scrolling is slow and some colors don’t show up.
Decent program - Works well, quite a step up from Console for the price. It’s missing regex support and “exclusive filter” (ie only show lines matching filters I’ve selected), but those are minor anoyances at this point.
Just needs a bit more work - If only there were a way to see entire text of long log entries this would be a very useful tool. As is I have to open up the log file in a text editor or other logging tool inorder to see the whole message.
Well worth the investment - This software works exactly as described. It is able to open huge log files that other text editors have trouble with. I was able to open and work with 3 different mail log files, all of which were over 2GB.