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Jackpp is a statistical generator for Counter-Strike log files. It is a console program that takes a number of log files as its input and generates statistics for the logs in an easy-to-navigate HTML page. It also provides support for grouping player aliases. It has been tested and verified to work on several versions of Linux.

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  •  17 Apr 2002 09:57

    Release Notes: Implemented preliminary inheritance in all the HTML generating classes, rewrote the handling of all the weapon kill statistics (now uses enums and arrays), added player-kills statistics (how often players killed one another), and added a player vs player kills per round counter. Some output messages have been fixed and corrected, and numerous other bugs were fixed.

    •  01 Apr 2002 13:49

      Release Notes: New features in this release include Player vs Player kills, and round by round summaries of those kills. There is a new layout for some of the HTML pages, which might be easier/harder to read. Some bugs were fixed relating to players who change their name halfway through maps.

      •  24 Mar 2002 07:00

        Release Notes: This release includes major rewrites to the toHTML parts, which now include handy things such as inheritance, provided by a new base class. There were also major rewrites to the way weapon statistics are stored to and retrieved from the Players. The documentation was cleaned up and fixed, and there were a few small tweaks.

        •  03 Mar 2002 15:02

          Release Notes: Error messages were corrected. Escape characters in player names were fixed, and HTML is read and written properly now. A hang that occurred when no valid log files were given was fixed.

          •  28 Feb 2002 17:34

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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