liblognorm 1.0.0 released

We have just released liblognorm 1.0.0. This is a completely revamped and enhanced version. It introduces incompatible API changes, which were unavoidable. For details please visit


Version 1.0.0, 2013-11-28

  • WARNING: this version has incompatible interface and older programs will not compile with it.
    For details see
  • libestr is not used any more in interface functions. Traditional C strings are used instead. Internally, libestr is still used, but scheduled for removal.
  • libee is not used any more. JSON-C is used for object handling instead. Parsers and formatters are now part of liblognorm.
  • added new field type “rest”, which simply sinks all up to end of the string.
  • added support for glueing two fields together, without literal between them. It allows for constructs like:
    which matches string “1000Kbps”
  • Fix incorrect merging of trees with empty literal at end
    Thanks to Pavel Levshin for the patch
  • this version has survived many bugfixes



As always, feedback is appreciated.

Best regards,
Florian Riedl

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