[typo] Logs / Statistics
jeff at commontext.com
Fri Aug 19 19:01:16 EDT 2005
I've been working with Luben, the guy who started railstat, to make
it...ummm...better. It needs a lot of work before I would call it ready
for widespread deployment. Since his 0.1 gem creation I have done a lot
of work on the code to...
- Support Windows
- Support PostgreSQL (aka anything not-MySQL)
- Support a server running as local host
- Optimizing some of the SQL queries
- Refactoring. Refactoring. Refactoring.
I took a day off to go to the beach, but I should be back to work on it
tonight or tomorrow. Expect release(s) next week.
Ryan Abrams wrote:
> Doesn't look like it would be very hard to add that to a typo
> install, but I don't think it makes sense to package it /with/ Typo.
> I mean, it would be neat to see it integrated and all that... but
> that would change their project from being a real time stat tracker
> for rails, to a real time stat tracker for typo.
> Why not just follow the install instructions for your existing typo
> install? http://www.railstat.com/wiki/InstallGuide
> p.s. according to a note on that installguide page, 8/21/05 is the
> date of some major next release. could be worth waiting through the
> weekend before you get started. Then again, maybe not.
> On Aug 18, 2005, at 8:46 AM, Nathaniel Talbott wrote:
>> On 8/18/05, Ryan Abrams <ryanabrams at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I used this: http://forum.textdrive.com/viewtopic.php?id=3259
>>> It's not completely painless, as it's a pretty intricate setup, but
>>> it seems to work very well.
>> I'm using AWStats, too, but this looks intriguing:
>> I'd love to see it packaged up with Typo.
>> Nathaniel Talbott
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