Am 26.12.2011 17:16, schrieb Claudio Freire:
There's no denying that text processing tools far outnumber journal
processing tools. Remember, it all started when some guy wrote a set
of text processing tools for IBM.
And that it would be dreaming in colors to expect all those tools to
be "upgraded" to work with journal files. Mostly because it's indeed
outside the scope of those tools.
But all you need is some kind of "jcat" or whatever it will be called to
dump the human-readable version out of the database to stdout. Then all
your text tools will do exactly as good as with your plain text logfile.
No difference to messages.gz. There you also need zcat before you can
process it with sed or whatever.
"Dispatch war rocket Ajax to bring back his body!"
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