GELF (https://www.graylog.org/resources/gelf/) is an "open
standard" logging format based on JSON. It is primarily used to
pipe messages to Graylog (graylog.org), an open source log
management and analysis platform.
This small release contains a rewrite of the way chunking was
done. It is now done using an InputRange. The main idea was to
separate chunking from socket & compression implementation. This
allows using any form of sockets (TCP, UDP, non-blocking event
loop etc). `Chunks` also accepts a compressed array of bytes, so
you can compress messages to any level prior to chunking. (PS :
Graylog currently only accepts GZIP and ZLIB compression).
Based on a bug report, I have hard-coded the syslog levels. gelfd
now works on windows.
Release : v1.3.0 (Stable)
Github : https://github.com/adilbaig/gelfd
Dub Pkg : http://code.dlang.org/packages/gelfd
Graylog : https://www.graylog.org/
At this stage this project is looking done and dusted. Bug