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AWFFull is a Web server log analysis program, forked from Webalizer. It adds a number of new features and improvements, such as GeoIP capability, internationalisation, style changes via CSS, extended front page history (more than 12 months), resizable graphs, and lots of backend changes and simplification. The long term goal is to focus on Web Analytics, not just Web Reporting.

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Recent releases

  •  13 Dec 2008 14:03

    Release Notes: A fix for the Daily Average counts on the main page being not-averaged and a fix for broken dumping of Search Strings and Agents.

    •  24 Nov 2008 18:26

      Release Notes: The licensing has been updated to the GPLv3+. Some new flags have been added.

      •  19 Nov 2008 13:30

        Release Notes: The biggest new feature is Segmentation, as per marketing. Major documentation updates were done, including splitting the man page into two. Lots of fixes and less visible improvements were made. Only a minor fix was done since version 3.9.1-beta3.

        •  09 Nov 2008 07:14

          Release Notes: The implementation of gettext was revisited. The default font was change from "Helvetica" to "sans". Several minor fixes and clean-ups were made, including a fix for a crash at report output.

          •  30 Mar 2008 16:34

            Release Notes: Minor fixes and performance improvements. The big change is the introduction of "Segmenting", allowing AWFFull to be used easily for true analysis vs simple reporting.


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