Welcome to the home of Analog CE which, the home of the maintenance project for Stephen Turner’s Analog log file analyser.
Analog was created by Stephen Turner in 1995 as a multi-purpose, multi-platform log file analyser. He maintained the project until 2004, at which point he ceased to update the project. In 2007, as a long-term user of Analog and in light of the release of Windows Vista that could not be identified by Analog, C:Amie has undertaken to maintain Analog and to keep its detection current.
Analog is freeware, release as open source under the terms of the GPL. Analog is free to download and to use on multiple platforms. Analog CE is provided for Windows (32-bit) and is pre-compiled for Debian and more recently OS X (Intel). The source code is also available for other platforms.
While Analog is free, I ask that you consider donating to the project as the hosting for the project is not free and costs have to be met somewhere.
3rd May 2018:
Analog 6.0.13 released with binaries for Windows, Linux (Debian) and OS X (Intel). See the changelog for more details.
28th June 2015:
Analog 6.0.12 released with binaries for Windows, Linux (Debian) and OS X (Intel). Changes include support for Microsoft Edge browser, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, OS X 10.10, new IOS releases and Android 5.x.
7th October 2013:
Analog 6.0.11 released with binaries for Windows, Linux (Debian) and OS X (Intel). Changes include improved accuracy in MSIE compatibility mode detection and new detection profiles for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and Windows 8/Server 2012 R2.
20th October 2012:
If you want to automate the running of Analog C:Amie Edition with IIS for multiple-sites, a new guide is available
17th October 2012:
Online Configuration File Generator for Analog C:Amie Edition is now available.
8th October 2012:
Analog 6.0.10 released with binaries for Windows, Linux (Debian) and for the first time OS X (Intel).
|Analog CE Output when used with ReportMagic||Analog CE Native Report Output (without ReportMagic)|
|Analog CE running from the command line|