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LogValidator 1.3.1 has been released

LogValidator is a perl open source tool which performs step-by-step log analysis and quality checking for web sites.

Olivier Théreaux has released maintenance version (1.3.1) removing the dependency on the SOAP::Lite module. Automatic installation through CPAN is broken at the moment.

LogValidator has a modular architecture. You can create your own module for checking and maintaining the quality of your Web site. Your module contributions are welcome. Contact us.

3 thoughts on “LogValidator 1.3.1 has been released

  1. I think that LogValidator is very interesting open source packet. We Develop and Design Web Sites and ERP Software Systems and I would like to try LogValidator. Unfortunately, I can find web page for LogValidator. I think the link (to LogValidator) is broken.

  2. Salut Olivier,

    Thank you very much for your hint with the CPAN homepage. I was also interested in LogValidator and could not get in on the W3C homepage. Always get the following error message:

    Not Acceptable

    An appropriate representation of the requested resource /QA/Tools/LogValidator/ could not be found on this server.

    Available variants:
    Overview.html.en , type text/html, language en, charset utf-8
    Overview.html.it , type text/html, language it, charset utf-8

    Regards
    Gina

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