frontail - streaming logs to the browser

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frontail is a Node.js application for streaming logs to the browser. It's a tail -F with UI. Web interface runs on http://127.0.0.1:[port].

https://github.com/mthenw/frontail

Dependencies:

CBuffer : 0.1.4
byline : ^5.0.0
commander : 1.3.2
connect : 2.11.0
cookie : 0.1.0
daemon-fix41 : 1.1.2
socket.io : ^1.7.0
untildify : ^3.0.2

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