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Loggen

1.2.1

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  Fixed
  
  
  - It was impossible to send a message multiple times even if the standard input
  was not used.
  - It was not possible to use multiple active threads due to our messages were
  generated.

1.2.0

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  Added
  
  
  - Syslog messages can now be sent in 3 formats: `RFC 5424`_, the old `RFC 3164`_
  format or unaltered (as is, raw format).
  - It is possible to send a defined count of messages.
  - ``loggen`` can recursively look into a folder for files with messages to be
  sent.
  - Active tasks startup can be delayed before they start sending log messages.
  
  
  .. _RFC 3164: https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3164
  
  
  Fixed
  
  
  - Active tasks are properly synchronized on exit even when an error occurs.

1.1.0

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  Initial release.
  
  Added
  
  
  - Send log messages from a customizable number of threads.
  - A customizable number of idle threads can be created to connect to the remote
  host.
  - Support INET, INET6 or Unix domain sockets both in stream or datagram modes.
  - Messages are sent following the `RFC 5424`_ format.
  - Message source can be the command line, the standard input or a file.
  - Message source can be looped upon for infinite transmission.
  - A delay (in milliseconds) between each message sent can be defined.
  
  
  .. _RFC 5424: https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5424

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