Something I've been doing for practice and as a hobby. It doesn't do anything too special, it just takes your log files and puts all of the info into a nice GUI. It lists all of the files by date. Upon clicking on a file, you get all of the log items of that file in another list. If you click on a log item, you get the item's message in the bottom pane. Included in the zip: TShockLogParser or TShockLogParser64Bit folder. Contains the main executable and much less clutter than previous versions. Instructions: Extract into your main server folder. This should be the folder that holds TerrariaServer.exe. You should have a tshock folder in your main server folder. This is where your logs are held. Make sure that the directory I described in the first message of this step is valid. Just go into the newly extracted folder and run 'TShock Log Parser.exe' Note: Both .vbs and .bat are provided 'just in case' and for convenience. Also, I haven't tested on any OS besides Windows. Theoretically, it should run fine on others. (Not the vbs or bat files, though.) The tool is written in Python and the source code has some comprehensive docstrings. (Which is something I'm trying to work on, my docstring format and conventions. Known bugs: Messes up some stack traces in the bottom pane. And in a whole other bunch of ways. Not really a bug, but the length of the bottom pane affects the width of the middle listbox. As such, if the full text is so large that it 'drowns out' other elements: just choose another log item or resize the window. Current Download: here. Current 64-Bit Download: here. Old PGU Download here. Update 8-21-2012: Complete port to Tk, using tkinter. Allows for searching Times with the search function Requires an exact match, there are no wildcards. Ex: "7:35:14" 64-Bit version now available. Update 8-19-2012: Includes searching and filter. Edit: Added an INDEV tag, to warn of bugginess for those who read the title. One would think this is obvious in these boards of the forums, but I can't help but be pretentious with my announcements.