rF2 Log Analyzer ver. 2 Manage your rF2 (or rF1, Automobilista) xml log files. Detailed exportable session reports. Track records collection. Hotlap competitions. DEDI mode to host r2la on your server for your community. Now with Live Timing. Includes Championship Manager to manage offline championships with AI or online league championships. Championship manager features: manage your online league championships or offline championships with AI support for teams and classes teams can be automatically selected from CarType, CarClass, TeamName, VehName tags or created and assigned manually classes can be automatically selected from CarType, CarClass, TeamName tags or created and assigned manually support for drivers moving between teams and classes at different races during championship customizable points system for 50 places, points-for-all option, plus bonuses for pole position, fastest lap, one lap led and max laps led points presets for all major racing series included driver statistics for championship car statistics selectable by CarType, CarClass, TeamName, VehName tags customizable minimum distance for classification, number of team cars that awarded points, number of worst driver results in championship that won`t be counted support for manual race points override, in case of penalties, disqualifications, custom bonuses, etc. export of championship tables to html transfer your championships between r2la versions by importing r2la_settings file if racing with AI, you have to ensure by yourself consistent driver names and performances at every race during championship do not delete .xml logs that you assigned as results for races in championship, they are accessed every time you browse championship How to use: 1. Download latest rF2 Log Analyzer ver. 2.1.006 Older version: rF2 Log Analyzer ver. 2.058.45 2. Unzip "rF2 Log Analyzer ver. 2.x" folder somewhere. 3. Run r2la.bat. Small cmd window will pop-up, local web server will start. 4. Open address http://127.0.0.1:8000/ in your favorite browser (IE is not supported). 5. When running app for the first time, enter a full path to your rfactor2 folder in the form provided. 6. When you finished working with r2la, you can close local web server window. Note: Some actions, like importing log files for the first time or deleting log files may take about 30 seconds. Please, wait. Look for DEDI readme.txt file in archive for DEDI mode instructions. Look for How to update.txt file in archive for instructions on how to move to newer version of r2la. Steam Guide for rFactor2 Log Analyzer Using r2la in Linux with WINE (thanks to user FuNK! for posting) Warning: Automobilista can remove old log files from its Results directory automatically. There is "Number Race Results" option in PLR file. Set it to bigger value if you want to keep all your log files. Changelog: 2.1.006: Added "Team" column to tables on "Fuel/Tires" tab in session reports. 2.1.005: Tracks that are connected to other tracks are now hidden in selector on Records page. 2.1.004: Added "Team points through season" graph to Championship Stats page. 2.1.003: Fix for error in Competitions when some log file has empty TeamName tag. 2.1.002: More utf-8 fixes. 2.1.001: Fixed an error when championship option "Reverse race order display in standings tables" is on. 2.1.000: Ported application from Python 2.7 to Python 3.10. Latest web2py. Added optional pagination to Results Viewer. Greatly increases Results Viewer page performance when number of log files is high. Default is off, 100 logs per page. You can turn it on and set number of logs per page on Options page or using drop-down menu on Results Viewer page. Drivers with empty Name tag in xml now assigned "Noname Driver1", "Noname Driver2", etc, names inside r2la (not changing xml file itself). r2la should now correctly display all utf-8 symbols found in xml (umlauts, etc). Improved Help page. 2.058.45: Added automatic color badges to car class names and colors to position circles in LiveTiming table when number of car classes in session is more then 1 (and less then 9). Colors are hardcoded.