SoF2 Logfile Converter

It's a tool made for converting the SoF2 console logfiles in well readable html pages. They are supposed to look like the SoF2 cons...

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It's a tool made for converting the SoF2 console logfiles in well readable html pages. They are supposed to look like the SoF2 console.

-Usage: Place the tool in a folder of your choice and start it. Then simply clicl 'Open Logfile' and browse for a logfile. Then it will convert the logfile and place a .htm file in the same directory as the logfile. You can select 'Open New File After Saving', that shows you the new html-page immediately. You can also select 'Stay On Top' and the tool will stay in the foreground.

Umm don't know what use you will get from this? However if you like your techie stuff go give it a try. ;)

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--SoF2 Logfile Converter V0.8 
--Author: d4n0
--Website: www.nub4life.net
--Last Change: 10/28/2003

-Description:
It's a tool made for converting the SoF2 console logfiles in well readable html pages.
They are supposed to look like the SoF2 console.

-Usage:
Place the tool in a folder of your choice and start it.
Then simply clicl 'Open Logfile' and browse for a logfile.
Then it will convert the logfile and place a .htm file in the same directory as the logfile.
You can select 'Open New File After Saving', that shows you the new html-page immediately.
You can also select 'Stay On Top' and the tool will stay in the foreground.

-Infos:
How to make a logfile:
type /logfile 2 in your console to start logging
type /logfile 0 to stop it
You can ofcourse make a bind for this:

set log_f "vstr log_start"
set log_start "set logfile 2; echo ---------Log File Start---------; set log_f vstr log_stop"
set log_stop "echo ----------Log File End----------; set logfile 0; set log_f vstr log_start;"
Bind f9 "vstr log_f"    // Toggle log file 

copy this in your autoexec.cfg or put it in a new textfile and rename the extension to .cfg
then add exec nameofyourfile.cfg in the autoexec.cfg

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