Release Notes: A new stable series started with this release. Version 0.2.5 of libol is required to compile syslog-ng now.
Release Notes: BSD build fixes.
Release Notes: New program destination which allows sending log messages to the standard input of an arbitrary program as well as a couple of fixes.
Release Notes: This is 1.2.0 release candidate 1, which means that it should be quite stable now (FYI: 1.1.x meant a full rewrite). Debian packages have been updated again, and are availabe at the web site.
Release Notes: The development branch gets closer to stability. Changes include a few bug fixes, experimental solaris door support. For details check the ChangeLog file within the archive.
Release Notes: The development branch is reaching stability (several build errors have been worked out, readded debian control information to the archive, and a few bugs have been fixed). This version should be usable even for end-users, though advanced cryptographic features are not yet available.
Release Notes: Bugfixes, and sync() option added.
Release Notes: Two filters have been added, one of them implements filtering based on source hostname, so you can use syslog-ng as a central log host and write each source to different files.
Release Notes: Fixed a couple of bugs, and made it compile on Solaris. Although not full featured compared to the stable versions, it seems to be very stable. Testers are welcome.
Release Notes: This is the first version for a wider audience. It parses command line parameters, goes into the background by default, and reopens closed channels automatically. Check the homepage for compilation instructions.