Release Notes: The socklog-conf program now creates slightly different run scripts that utilize the new chpst program from the runit package. Please refer to the examples on the web page if you want to adapt your current run scripts. A bug that caused socklog-conf to create a bad run script on Solaris has been fixed.
Release Notes: The socklog-notify service now uses the /bin/mail program instead of qmail's mailsubj, and two typos in the socklog-conf source code were fixed.
Release Notes: The new test package cooperates with the runit package instead of the daemontools package to provide system log services. The socklog-conf program has been changed to create service directories that utilize programs from the runit package, and the documentation has been updated accordingly.
Release Notes: The documentation was updated, and the description for setting up a socklog-ucspi-unix service was removed. Minor changes were made to tryto, and errno.h is included instead of declaring errno explicitly. There are no known bugs in this release.
Release Notes: Minor fixes were made in the documentation and package information.
Release Notes: The socklog code for Solaris has been revised completely. It now has optional support for "doors" on Solaris 7, 8, and later.
Release Notes: A bug with the optional last step of the installation instructions (reporting success, nothing critical) introduced in the minor source code reorganisation in 0.8.2 has been fixed in this version.
Release Notes: This version comes with the new socklog-klog service which provides kernel logging on Linux and BSD. The socklog program running in ucspi mode now decodes facility and priority to syslog names correctly.
Release Notes: In this version, building the socklog package no longer requires the daemontools sources to be installed properly. The documentation now includes instructions on how to compile the socklog package with the diet libc instead of the ordinary libc.
Release Notes: The documentation is updated: wrong quotes broke the example run script for network logging clients in network.html, and benefits.html describes more benefits in more detail. The tryto program now returns 100 on timeout, and its output is prefixed consistently.