1
I Use This!
Activity Not Available

Project Summary

Stone Steps Webalizer is a fast command line application for web server and web proxy log file analysis. It supports multiple log formats (Squid, IIS, CLF and Apache) and produces highly customizable HTML reports in many languages. Stone Steps Webalizer is distributed under the GNU General Public License license (GPL) and is available as source and binary distributions.

Stone Steps Webalizer is a fork of The Webalizer, originally developed by Bradford L. Barrett in 1997. Active development of The Webalizer was stopped in 2002. Stone Steps Webalizer was created in September of 2004 and grew since then from the original 10249 source lines of code to 17421 lines in v2.7, to 28920 lines in v3.2.

Tags

analyser analysis apache httpd logfile logging statistics sysadmin

In a Nutshell, stone steps webalizer...

 No code available to analyze

Open Hub computes statistics on FOSS projects by examining source code and commit history in source code management systems. This project has no code locations, and so Open Hub cannot perform this analysis

Is this project's source code hosted in a publicly available repository? Do you know the URL? If you do, click the button below and tell us so that Open Hub can generate statistics! It's fast and easy - try it and see!

Add a code location

GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Permitted
Forbidden
Required

These details are provided for information only. No information here is legal advice and should not be used as such.

All Licenses

This Project has No vulnerabilities Reported Against it

Did You Know...

  • ...
    Black Duck offers a free trial so you can discover if there are open source vulnerabilities in your code
  • ...
    search using multiple tags to find exactly what you need
  • ...
    there are over 3,000 projects on the Open Hub with security vulnerabilities reported against them
  • ...
    anyone with an Open Hub account can update a project's tags

 No code available to analyze

Open Hub computes statistics on FOSS projects by examining source code and commit history in source code management systems. This project has no code locations, and so Open Hub cannot perform this analysis

Is this project's source code hosted in a publicly available repository? Do you know the URL? If you do, click the button below and tell us so that Open Hub can generate statistics! It's fast and easy - try it and see!

Add a code location

Community Rating

Be the first to rate this project
Click to add your rating
   Spinner
Review this Project!
Sample ohloh analysis