Bolt is a logging tool for the Objective Caml language.
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Release Notes: This release adds a new layout ("minimal", printing only the message), and two new outputs ("bell" writing the bell character on standard output, and "say" using the text-to-speech engine of Mac OS X). The configuration file format now accepts "&&" and "||" operators in filters. The concept of a "mode" is introduced, allowing control of when data is actually written to output. Support for Pajé as been updated (for version 1.2.3), and Growl can now be used under Windows. Five bugs (including a critical one and a major one) have also been fixed.
Release Notes: Support for Daikon and Pajé formats has been enhanced. The dependency on the "Str" library has been removed. A new configuration format is available (the old one is still supported). Loggers are now stored in a tree, for better performances. The code has been updated for OCaml 4.00.0.
Release Notes: An update was made for Objective Caml 3.12.1. Support for Daikon layout was added. Support for Paje layout was enhanced. File rotation can now be requested on signal reception (SIGHUP, SIGUSR1, or SIGUSR2) using the "signal" key in the configuration file. A syntax extension adds the possibility to use an identifier as the "LOG" message. Another syntax extension adds "WITH" and "EXN" as synonyms for "PROPERTIES" and "EXCEPTION" respectively. Some code factorization was done.
Release Notes: The code was updated for Objective Caml 3.12.0. A new build system based on ocamlbuild was added. The code was refactored. The manual was enhanced. Growl output is supported. Preliminary support for Paje layout was added. Unportable use of "which" was fixed. The thread-compatibility module was fixed so that it compiles. printf-like messages now support more than two arguments. The META file now contains all dependencies. The preprocessor no longer removes the parentheses from the first argument. Tests no longer fail if "ocamljava" is not present.
Release Notes: This release has switched to OCaml 3.11.1. It has support for multi-threaded applications, plugins, printf-like notation in "LOG" statements, and ocamlfind installation. There are various minor fixes.