GrijjyCloudLogger, remote logging for Windows, iOS, Android, macOS and Linux

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GrijjyCloudLogger is a remote logging tool that allows you to send log messages over the Intranet or Internet from Windows, Linux, iOS, Android and macOS devices to a viewer running on Windows. Besides sending messages along with any data, it has numerous features including custom live watches, remote live views of objects, tracking live memory usage, object allocations, growth leaks and more.

Here at Grijjy we use this tool on a daily basis to help us diagnose run-time related issues with our applications running on various platforms. Our logger helps us easily examine the run-time state of our application running on iOS and Android devices, which can be difficult using the debugger or mobile platform specific logging features. We developed this utility because we needed a high-performance remote logger that worked on all platforms and operating systems and we wanted unified, run-time debug related capabilities like memory and object tracking…

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Work with Wine HQ


Work with WineHQ for Mac or Linux
Wine is a compatibility layer for operating systems.

The framework library Wine (originally an acronym for “Wine Is Not an Emulator”) is a compatibility layer capable of running original Windows applications (binary or exe) on several POSIX-compliant operating systems, such as Linux (Ubuntu, RedHat, Suse, Debian etc.), OS X, Solaris and Free BSD.


Instead of simulating internal Windows logic like a virtual machine or emulator Wine translates and converts API calls from the original Windows Exe!

So it translates Win API calls into POSIX calls on-the-fly and runtime, eliminating the performance, data structure and memory penalties of other methods (virtual machines, Containers) and allowing you to cleanly integrate the existing Win application into your desktop, for example on Ubuntu, just with a separate loader on the Linux file system.

Wine HQ on Ubuntu 16_04 Mate


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