Regex-markup performs regular expression-based text markup according to used-defined rules. This can be used to color syslog files as well as the output of programs such as ping, traceroute, gcc, etc. The hierarchal rules-format is simple to understand, yet very powerful. Regex-markup is written entirely in C, and uses POSIX regular expressions to do much of its work.
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Release Notes: A new command "set" has been implemented. A bug which would cause a "cannot allocate memory" error has been fixed. The interrupt signal is no longer ignored.
Release Notes: gcc 2.95 is required for building. Some highlight and substitution bugs were fixed. Examples for "make" were added, and the "syslog" rules were improved.
Release Notes: Remark now looks in $HOME/.remark and /usr/share/regex-markup for rule files.
Release Notes: This release cleans up the code to reduce unnecessary memory allocations, adds new example rules for diff, improves logwatcher, rewrites cacheline in C, and adds other small fixes.