A command line tool for time-based queries on log files.
## How to install
pip install jack
To run jack, `cd` to a directory with log files (`.log` or `.log.gz` extension) and run something like this:
jack 8:15am to 8:20am
jack 8:15am to 8:20am PDT
jack 16:30 to 16:45
jack May 1st 16:30 to May 1st 16:45
jack 2014-03-01 8:15am to 2014-03-01 8:20am PDT
jack yesterday to today
## How to create and ship a change
* Mark your change in a branch off `master` and submit a pull-request on GitHub. Ping @dbader to review it.
* Test the package locally and make sure it installs cleanly and works via `pip install -e .` (in the project root).
* Bump `PACKAGE_VERSION` in `setup.py`
* Create a git tag for the release:
* `git tag 0.0.1 -m "The best release so far"`
* `git push --tags origin master`
* `python setup.py sdist upload -r pypi`
* Turn this into a `pip install`able package
* Add usage / nice errors for the CLI
* Add unit tests
* Set up TravisCI continuous integration
* `0.1.0`: First working PyPI release.
## Where to get help
Talk to [@dbader](https://twitter.com/dbader).
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