Anyone know a simple log visualizer where if my app logs metrics out in a certain format I can just scp down the log file and see pretty graphs about what's happening? I don't wanna go full APM or run an ingest server or use a SaaS or anything....just want the option to see spikes if I'm looking into something.
I have no idea why this is hard to find. This has to be super common.
Honestly, maybe this is what beautiful prolog turns into. Not sure what large scale production prolog even looks like.
Are there programming languages that use something like an Ontology Language in place of (or extending) a type system?
It seems like giving a direct way to model a "domain" instead of having people hack it into a type system that cares mostly about mechanics would be a huge win.
Tbf the concept is so general that it doesn't really _mean_ much without an implementation...but maybe someone's done work in that space?
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