Retrospective 5.0.0 is out with a shiny set of entirely new capabilities. Now our tool is no longer restricted to log analysis of local files or those located on remote SSH servers. Retrospective has gained an entirely new functional dimension, as now it is capable of searching and monitoring not only files but also different types of containerized applications.
I am proud to announce that Retrospective version 4.2.0 has been released and that the “Column Split” feature is back but in a much more versatile version than ever before. The now named “Custom Columns” feature grants you full control over how data shall be extracted from log entries and how it should be presented in the result table.
After just three months since the last release, we can proudly present Retrospective 4.1.0. This release focuses on polishing the previous features and adds a few new little cherries on top. If you liked release 4.0.0 than the refinements provided in 4.1.0 should simply make your day!
Since day one, Retrospective aimed to make your interaction with remote servers as smooth and simple as possible. However, there are many advanced users that know the ins and outs of the terminal environment and who have even developed some scripts and tools which help them in their daily work. Release 4.0.0 invites these, so called, Console Ninjas, to have a look at the new cool Retrospective feature - the SSH Console.
In the past few months we focused on making the user’s life easier by providing several cool features in Retrospective 3.6.0 that can easily transform even the most tedious kind of searching into a painless smooth ride.In the past few months we focused on making the user’s life easier by providing several cool features in Retrospective 3.6.0 that can easily transform even the most tedious kind of searching into a painless smooth ride.