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Wed 23 Mar 2005

WebServer Monitor 1.0.2

Category : Technology/WebServerMonitor102.txt

OK, release 1.0.2 of WebServer Monitor is up for download. You can now sort the columns, rearrange the column order any way you want, and when you export the log records out (in comma-separated-values format now and possibly tab-delimited and what else later), it'll open up in, say Excel, in the exact same order you have on your log window.

Cocoa programming is really so much fun. I like the way a lot of its power remains hidden and unobstrusive and you can just reach out and use them and put them away when you're done.

I'm going to re-do some of the things using Cocoa Bindings now and see if I can add in a search field.

Throw away your 4th Dimension, FileMaker Pro, Real or Visual Basic. Cocoa is it.

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