Touch.Unit Network Logger

Last night I committed one of the few things I really wanted to add to Touch.Unit : network logging.

Now you can run your unit tests, on device(s) or on the simulator, and have the logs sent to a network service. Nothing fancy: KISS still applies. A simple tcp listener is available as a standalone console project.

That should make it a bit easier to automate Touch.Unit in your continuous integration process and/or allow you to keep the logs for future reference. Have fun!

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Xamarin Hacker, Mono Contributor, Open Source Enthusiast with strong interests in Code Analysis, Cryptography and Security. Presently working on MonoTouch, previous projects were Moonlight and libgdiplus and a lot of the cryptographic work done on Mono.
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