Ticket #36971

Open Date: 2017-02-07 00:27

Last Update: 2017-09-01 13:45

Timestamp options for log files

Reporter:(Anonymous)Owner:maya
Priority:5 - MediumMileStone:(None)
Type:Feature RequestsSeverity:5 - Medium
Component:Tera TermStatus:Closed
ResolutionFixed

Details

Consider an option to use UTC time (or recognise and ignore DST (daylight saving time)) when timestamping log files so that logs crossing changes from standard to daylight saving times maintain consistent times.

Consider an option for timestamp format to use full MSB to LSB format which is good for sorting (combined log files) e.g. yyyymmdd hh:mm:ss.sss - there's probably a "standard" date/time format which makes sense. This is less important as it can be "fixed" in software which might be utilised to combine log files.

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Ticket History - 3/6 Histories [Show all old Histories]

2017-02-07 00:27 Updated by: None

  • New Ticket "Timestamp options for log files" created

2017-02-08 22:30 Updated by: maya

Comment

Duplicate with #36205

2017-03-03 04:39 Updated by: None

Comment

I second this request! The current log file timestamp is quite difficult to parse correctly in Excel and is not possible to parse (well, for me anyway) in KaleidaGraph. If you could have several options for the timestamp form that would be great, e.g. 1) yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss.sss 2) etc. 3) more etc.

Thank you!

2017-07-25 14:36 Updated by: doda

  • Milestone Update from (None) to Tera Term 4.96 (closed)
  • Owner Update from (None) to maya
  • Resolution Update from None to Fixed

2017-09-01 09:01 Updated by: None

2017-09-01 13:45 Updated by: doda

  • Milestone Update from Tera Term 4.96 (closed) to (None)
  • Ticket Close date is changed to 2017-09-01 13:45
  • Status Update from Open to Closed

Comment

Tera Term 4.96 is released. It has 2 new settings: LogTimestampUTC and LogTimestampFormat.


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