Projects / CSBuddy


CSBuddy is a tool designed to help Counter-Strike server owners, particularly those running AdminMod. It maintains a queryable database of all players that have been seen on the server, and it filters the raw logs of a Counter-Strike server and distills them into a single CSBuddy log which shows only high-level activity such as excessive friendly fire incidents, admin activity, and players complaining about misbehavior or saying suspicious things. This tool is built upon an included Counter-Strike log file parser which is provided in a simple derivable class.

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Recent releases

  •  03 Apr 2003 12:57

    Release Notes: Annotations for players connecting, disconnecting, and changing names, and changes to the map were added to the streaming chat log file for reference. A force option (-f) was also added.

    •  17 Mar 2003 00:15

      Release Notes: WONID parsing has been fixed for cases where an invalid WONID is shown due to LAN play.

      •  03 Jan 2003 13:33

        Release Notes: This release truly fixes the year-end rollover bug. CSBuddy should have no problem with sets of logs which span the year boundary, provided there is a gap of at least one month in between.

        •  20 Dec 2002 00:30

          Release Notes: A fix for a bug in regular expression for parsing rcon and bad rcon messages.

          •  18 Dec 2002 07:43

            Release Notes: The end-of-year rollover bug was fixed. Log files straddling the year boundary will now be handled properly as long as there is a gap in the months between.


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