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Collect and Compare Log Statistics using LogJoin

, 22 Oct 2013 BSD
The LogJoin tool helps to collect any unstructured data from text files and join it to a simple table representation for easy analysis.
 * Copyright (c) 2013, Yuriy Nelipovich
 * If you find this code useful or in case of any questions, suggestions
 * bug reports, donation, please email me:

using System.Configuration;
using System.Xml;

namespace LogJoin.Config
    public class Expression : ConfigurationTextElement<string>
        [ConfigurationProperty("name", IsRequired = true)]
        public string Name
            get { return ((string) (this["name"])); }
            set { this["name"] = value; }

        [ConfigurationProperty("multiline", IsRequired = false, DefaultValue = false)]
        public bool IsMultiline
            get { return ((bool) (this["multiline"])); }
            set { this["multiline"] = value; }

        protected override void DeserializeElement(XmlReader reader, bool serializeCollectionKey)
            this.Name = reader.GetAttribute("name");
            var multiline = reader.GetAttribute("multiline");
            this.IsMultiline = !string.IsNullOrEmpty(multiline) && bool.Parse(multiline);
            base.DeserializeElement(reader, serializeCollectionKey);

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