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Source code changes of the file "multitail.conf" between
multitail-6.4.2.tgz and multitail-6.5.0.tgz

About: multitail lets you view one or multiple files like the original tail program.

multitail.conf  (multitail-6.4.2.tgz):multitail.conf  (multitail-6.5.0.tgz)
# Format of this file: # Format of this file:
# #
# include:configfile # include:configfile
# Also pars 'configfile'. # Also parse 'configfile'.
# #
# defaultcscheme:<name of colorscheme> # defaultcscheme:<name of colorscheme>
# Selects the default color scheme to use. If this one is set, you # Selects the default color scheme to use. If this one is set, you
# no longer need -cS/-CS. # no longer need -cS/-CS.
# #
# colorscheme:<name of colorscheme> # colorscheme:<name of colorscheme>
# This name can be given for the commandline-parameter -cS. That # This name can be given for the commandline-parameter -cS. That
# way, one can select what colorscheme to use for the next # way, one can select what colorscheme to use for the next
# logfile. # logfile.
# #
# cs_re:<color>:<regular expression> # cs_re:<color>:<regular expression>
# This defines a regular expression to find a particular string. # This defines a regular expression to find a particular string.
# #
# color: [fg],[bg],[attribute[/otherattribute]][|other colorpair+att ribute] # color: [fg],[bg],[attribute[/otherattribute]][|other colorpair+att ribute]
# e.g.: red,,bold|red would give bold red for line 1 and just red fo r line 2, etc. # e.g.: red,,bold|red would give bold red for line 1 and just red fo r line 2, etc.
# Possible colors: red, green, yellow, blue, magenta, cyan and white. # Possible colors: red, green, yellow, blue, magenta, cyan and white.
# # For 256 colors support, you just have to use the color number of the ANSI 256 color scheme.
# #
# cs_re_s:<color>:<regular expression> # cs_re_s:<color>:<regular expression>
# Like cs_re but only the substrings are used(!). E.g.: # Like cs_re but only the substrings are used(!). E.g.:
# ^....(...)...(...) # ^....(...)...(...)
# In the example above only what matches between '(' and ')' is # In the example above only what matches between '(' and ')' is
# assigned a color. See the 'acctail' colorscheme for an example. # assigned a color. See the 'acctail' colorscheme for an example.
# #
# cs_re_val_less:<color>:<value>:<regular expression> # cs_re_val_less:<color>:<value>:<regular expression>
# cs_re_val_bigger:<color>:<value>:<regular expression> # cs_re_val_bigger:<color>:<value>:<regular expression>
# cs_re_val_equal:<color>:<value>:<regular expression> # cs_re_val_equal:<color>:<value>:<regular expression>
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# compared against the given value. e.g.: # compared against the given value. e.g.:
# cs_re_val_less: if "<value>" less then the value matched with # cs_re_val_less: if "<value>" less then the value matched with
# the regular expression, then use the selected color. Please # the regular expression, then use the selected color. Please
# note that you have to select the value in the string with a # note that you have to select the value in the string with a
# substring match; put '(' and ')' around it. # substring match; put '(' and ')' around it.
# #
# mcsre:color:regexp # mcsre:color:regexp
# mcsre_s:color:regexp # mcsre_s:color:regexp
# mcsre_val_less/bigger/equal:color:regexp # mcsre_val_less/bigger/equal:color:regexp
# These work like their cs_re* sisters only they merge their # These work like their cs_re* sisters only they merge their
# attributes (colors, bold, bright, etd) with the previous # attributes (colors, bold, bright, etc.) with the previous
# merging one. # merging one.
# #
# scheme:<name of colorscheme>:<regular expression> # scheme:<name of colorscheme>:<regular expression>
# This defines what colorscheme to use when the filename matches # This defines what colorscheme to use when the filename matches
# the given regular expression. This way, one can automatically # the given regular expression. This way, one can automatically
# use the correct colorscheme for certain files. # use the correct colorscheme for certain files.
# #
# check_mail:<seconds> # check_mail:<seconds>
# How often MultiTail should check for new e-mail. You can switch # How often MultiTail should check for new e-mail. You can switch
# mail-checking off by setting this value to 0. # mail-checking off by setting this value to 0.
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# #
# show_subwindow_id # show_subwindow_id
# when set to 1 and merging multiple inputs (e.g. logfiles) the # when set to 1 and merging multiple inputs (e.g. logfiles) the
# output show is prepended with a number indicating the input # output show is prepended with a number indicating the input
# #
# markerline_color # markerline_color
# with this one you can set how a markerline looks. e.g. yellow on # with this one you can set how a markerline looks. e.g. yellow on
# red or so # red or so
# #
# markerline_timestamp # markerline_timestamp
# sets wether to put a timestamp in the markerline (1) or not (0) # sets whether to put a timestamp in the markerline (1) or not (0)
# #
# ts_format:<format> # ts_format:<format>
# format of timestamps. see the man-page of 'strftime' for a list # format of timestamps. see the man-page of 'strftime' for a list
# of the fields that can be used # of the fields that can be used
# #
# shell:<path> # shell:<path>
# shell to use when invoking programs. default is /bin/sh # shell to use when invoking programs. default is /bin/sh
# #
# umask:<mask> # umask:<mask>
# umask used when creating files # umask used when creating files
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cs_re:yellow:status=sent cs_re:yellow:status=sent
cs_re:magenta:queue.active cs_re:magenta:queue.active
cs_re:green:from=.*> cs_re:green:from=.*>
cs_re:red:to=.*> cs_re:red:to=.*>
cs_re:blue|blue,,bold:^... .. ..:..:.. cs_re:blue|blue,,bold:^... .. ..:..:..
cs_re:green:\[ cs_re:green:\[
cs_re:green:\] cs_re:green:\]
# #
# apache # apache
colorscheme:apache:default Apache logging (webserver) colorscheme:apache:default Apache logging (webserver)
cs_re:red: 404 cs_re:yellow:"[ ]1[0-9][0-9][ ]
cs_re:green:"[ ][2-3][0-9][0-9][ ]
cs_re:red:"[ ][4-5][0-9][0-9][ ]
cs_re:cyan:: cs_re:cyan::
cs_re:green:\[ cs_re:green:\[
cs_re:green:\] cs_re:green:\]
# ip-adresses in the format x.x.x.x # ip-adresses in the format x.x.x.x
cs_re:yellow:^[0-9]\{1,3\}\.[0-9]\{1,3\}\.[0-9]\{1,3\}\.[0-9]\{1,3\} cs_re:yellow:^[0-9]\{1,3\}\.[0-9]\{1,3\}\.[0-9]\{1,3\}\.[0-9]\{1,3\}
# hostnames # hostnames
cs_re:yellow:^[^ ]* cs_re:yellow:^[^ ]*
### Apache errorlog ### Apache errorlog
colorscheme:apache_error:default Apache error logging colorscheme:apache_error:default Apache error logging
cs_re:yellow:\[client .*\] cs_re:yellow:\[client .*\]
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colorscheme:log4j colorscheme:log4j
cs_re:magenta:: cs_re:magenta::
cs_re:magenta:/ cs_re:magenta:/
cs_re:blue:^[0-9]*-[0-9]*-[0-9]* [0-9]*:[0-9]*:[0-9]*,[0-9]* cs_re:blue:^[0-9]*-[0-9]*-[0-9]* [0-9]*:[0-9]*:[0-9]*,[0-9]*
cs_re_s:blue,,bold:^[^ ]* *[^,]*,[^ ]* *[0-9]* *(DEBUG) *[^ ]* [^ ]* *(.*)$ cs_re_s:blue,,bold:^[^ ]* *[^,]*,[^ ]* *[0-9]* *(DEBUG) *[^ ]* [^ ]* *(.*)$
cs_re_s:green:^[^ ]* *[^,]*,[0-9]* *[0-9]* *(INFO) *[^ ]* [^ ]* *(.*)$ cs_re_s:green:^[^ ]* *[^,]*,[0-9]* *[0-9]* *(INFO) *[^ ]* [^ ]* *(.*)$
cs_re_s:yellow:^[^ ]* *[^,]*,[0-9]* *[0-9]* *(WARN) *[^ ]* [^ ]* *(.*)$ cs_re_s:yellow:^[^ ]* *[^,]*,[0-9]* *[0-9]* *(WARN) *[^ ]* [^ ]* *(.*)$
cs_re_s:red:^[^ ]* *[^,]*,[0-9]* *[0-9]* *(ERROR) *[^ ]* [^ ]* *(.*)$ cs_re_s:red:^[^ ]* *[^,]*,[0-9]* *[0-9]* *(ERROR) *[^ ]* [^ ]* *(.*)$
cs_re_s:red,,bold:^[^ ]* *[^,]*,[0-9]* *[0-9]* *(FATAL) *[^ ]* [^ ]* *(.*)$ cs_re_s:red,,bold:^[^ ]* *[^,]*,[0-9]* *[0-9]* *(FATAL) *[^ ]* [^ ]* *(.*)$
cs_re_s:white,,bold:^[^ ]* *[^,]*,[0-9]* *[0-9]* *[A-Z]* *(.*) cs_re_s:white,,bold:^[^ ]* *[^,]*,[0-9]* *[0-9]* *[A-Z]* *(.*)
#log4jnew
colorscheme:log4jnew
cs_re:red,yellow,bold:ERROR
cs_re:red,yellow,bold:FATAL
cs_re:yellow:INFO
cs_re:green:WARN
#Date
cs_re_s:yellow:([0-9]{4}-[0-9]{2}-[0-9]{2}T[0-9]{2}:[0-9]{2}:[0-9]{2},[0-9]{3})
#Thread
cs_re_s:cyan: (\[.*\])
#Class
cs_re:cyan:[INFO|WARNING|ERROR|DEBUG|FATAL]\ ([a-zA-Z0-9\.]*)\
#Numbers
cs_re:magenta: ([0-9]{2,})
#Keywords
cs_re_s:green:(UNKNOWN|localhost|handling)
# #
# LambdaMOO # LambdaMOO
colorscheme:lambdamoo:MUD/MOO server http://www.moo.mud.org/ colorscheme:lambdamoo:MUD/MOO server http://www.moo.mud.org/
cs_re:magenta:: cs_re:magenta::
cs_re:blue:^... [0-9]* ..:..:..: cs_re:blue:^... [0-9]* ..:..:..:
cs_re:green:STARTING: Version [^ ]* of the LambdaMOO server cs_re:green:STARTING: Version [^ ]* of the LambdaMOO server
cs_re:yellow:DUMPING:.* cs_re:yellow:DUMPING:.*
cs_re:red:Can't create initial connection point cs_re:red:Can't create initial connection point
cs_re_s:red,,bold/blink:Trying to dump database:(.*) cs_re_s:red,,bold/blink:Trying to dump database:(.*)
cs_re:red,,bold:Trying to dump database: cs_re:red,,bold:Trying to dump database:
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# #
# how often to check for mail # how often to check for mail
# set to 0 to disable # set to 0 to disable
# default is every 5 seconds # default is every 5 seconds
check_mail:0 check_mail:0
# #
# where to find the 'xclip' binary - used to send a buffer # where to find the 'xclip' binary - used to send a buffer
# to the X clipboard # to the X clipboard
#xclip:/usr/bin/xclip #xclip:/usr/bin/xclip
# #
# where to find the 'pbcopy' binary - used to send a buffer
# to the clipboard (OSX-only)
#pbcopy:/usr/bin/pbcopy
#
# width of a TAB-character. in the VI editor this is, for # width of a TAB-character. in the VI editor this is, for
# example, 8. default in multitail is 4 # example, 8. default in multitail is 4
tab_stop:8 tab_stop:8
# #
# what program to start when the user presses a key # what program to start when the user presses a key
# ...:x:... just that key # ...:x:... just that key
# ...:^x:... that key with control # ...:^x:... that key with control
bind:g:/usr/bin/pine bind:g:/usr/bin/pine
bind:^k:/bin/bash bind:^k:/bin/bash
bind:^l:/usr/bin/telnet bind:^l:/usr/bin/telnet
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# from one logfile to an other # from one logfile to an other
global_mark_change:no global_mark_change:no
# default settings for files selected with a regular expression(!) # default settings for files selected with a regular expression(!)
default_mark_change:yes:/var/log/apache/.* default_mark_change:yes:/var/log/apache/.*
# #
replace_by_markerline:-- MARK -- replace_by_markerline:-- MARK --
# #
# what to buffer by default 'a'll or what went through the 'f'ilter # what to buffer by default 'a'll or what went through the 'f'ilter
default_bufferwhat:f default_bufferwhat:f
# #
# should searches be case insentive? press 'I' in the main menu to toggle at run -time # should searches be case insensitive? press 'I' in the main menu to toggle at r un-time
searches_case_insensitive:no searches_case_insensitive:no
# #
# default linewrap mode # default linewrap mode
# a: all # a: all
# l: left # l: left
# r: right # r: right
# s: syslog # s: syslog
# S: syslog w/o procname # S: syslog w/o procname
# o: offset # o: offset
# w: wordwrap # w: wordwrap
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# follow filename instead of descriptor? # follow filename instead of descriptor?
follow_filename:yes follow_filename:yes
# #
# filters (complete lines) # filters (complete lines)
filterscheme:syslog:removes '----mark----' and such filterscheme:syslog:removes '----mark----' and such
rule:ev:---- MARK ---- rule:ev:---- MARK ----
# on what file(s) to use the filter by default # on what file(s) to use the filter by default
usefilterscheme:syslog:/var/log/messages usefilterscheme:syslog:/var/log/messages
# #
# edits (part of lines) # edits (part of lines)
# the type (e.g. 'ke') is like the commandswitch -ke/-kS/-kr etc. # the type (e.g. 'ke') is like the command line switches -ke/-kS/-kr etc.
editscheme:syslog:removes '----' editscheme:syslog:removes '----'
editrule:ke:---- editrule:ke:----
editrule:ke:make editrule:ke:make
# on what file(s) to use the filter by default # on what file(s) to use the filter by default
useeditscheme:syslog:/var/log/messages useeditscheme:syslog:/var/log/messages
# #
# close windows when the end-of-file was reached? # close windows when the end-of-file was reached?
close_closed_windows:yes close_closed_windows:yes
# #
# should we skip empty lines? (the scrollback window always displays them) # should we skip empty lines? (the scrollback window always displays them)
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# 1MB buffer buffer management starts to use quit a bit of processortime # 1MB buffer buffer management starts to use quit a bit of processortime
min_shrink:10 min_shrink:10
# #
# when scrolling or searching through the logging, show (sub-)window-nrs? (toggl e with ^t) # when scrolling or searching through the logging, show (sub-)window-nrs? (toggl e with ^t)
# press 't' to see a list of window-nrs and what's displayed in them # press 't' to see a list of window-nrs and what's displayed in them
scrollback_show_winnrs:no scrollback_show_winnrs:no
# #
# for word-wrap: what is the max length of a word which should still be wrapped # for word-wrap: what is the max length of a word which should still be wrapped
wordwrapmaxlength:31 wordwrapmaxlength:31
# #
# for searches, multitail can remeber a history which can be retrieved with ^r o r cursorkey down in places where # for searches, multitail can remember a history which can be retrieved with ^r or cursorkey down in places where
# you can enter searchstrings # you can enter searchstrings
# set 'history_size' to 0 to disable this feature # set 'history_size' to 0 to disable this feature
searchhistory_file:~/.multitail.searchhistory searchhistory_file:~/.multitail.searchhistory
# how many strings to remember # how many strings to remember
searchhistory_size:15 searchhistory_size:15
# #
# like searchhistory only for filenames, pathnames and commands # like searchhistory only for filenames, pathnames and commands
cmdfile_history_file:~/.multitail.cmdfilehistory cmdfile_history_file:~/.multitail.cmdfilehistory
cmdfile_history_size:30 cmdfile_history_size:30
# #
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subwindow_number:[%02d] subwindow_number:[%02d]
# #
# parameters for --limit / --Limit # parameters for --limit / --Limit
# format of timestamp in logging # format of timestamp in logging
syslog_ts_format:%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S syslog_ts_format:%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S
# show ip addresses or hostnames? # show ip addresses or hostnames?
resolv_ip_addresses:yes resolv_ip_addresses:yes
# show severity/facility? not shown in regular syslogd # show severity/facility? not shown in regular syslogd
show_severity_facility:yes show_severity_facility:yes
# #
# should scrollback default to fullscreen (default is no)
# scrollback_fullscreen_default:yes
#
# suppress colors in the scollback window? this speeds up scrolling a little # suppress colors in the scollback window? this speeds up scrolling a little
scrollback_no_colors:no scrollback_no_colors:no
# #
# when you search in the scrollback: open new window with found strings (= on) # when you search in the scrollback: open new window with found strings (= on)
# or jump to the next found (= off) # or jump to the next found (= off)
scrollback_search_new_window:yes scrollback_search_new_window:yes
# #
# set to (yes) to map delete key as backspace key. # set to (yes) to map delete key as backspace key.
# this is useful if you are using mac # this is useful if you are using mac
map_delete_as_backspace:no map_delete_as_backspace:no
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