MacLoggerDX ver. 5.49 Beta 14 or higher now supports the two new SOTA fields defined in the ADIF ver. 3.0.4 standards.  This makes processing logs much easier and frees up the comments field for actual comments. 

To use,  drag an .adi file exported from MLDX onto the app's icon.  The log file can contain SOTA chaser contacts, activator contacts and also non-SOTA contacts, which will be ignored in processing.  A comma separated values formatted file will be generated as needed, for easy upload to the SOTA database.  There is no interaction with this app, other than dragging a file onto it.  It will silently create your file in the same location and name as the input file, but with a .csv file extension added.

MLDX->SOTA (Single CSV File Output) 0.95 HOT

Drag and drop app for processing log files from MacLoggerDX ver. 5.49 Beta 14 or higher for upload to the Summits on the Air database.  This app will only work when the new SOTA database fields are used in logging your information.  Modified to only output a single comma separated file, which can be uploaded as both an activator's log as well as a chaser's log as needed.


  • v.095 - replaced deprecated function reg_split with preg_split, fixed odd error when the characters 'EOR' were in a QSO
  • v0.94  - rewrote the band output section to align with the SOTA database band options (Thanks Andy! - MM0FMF)
  • v0.932 - capitalized the output of callsigns, mode and summit references
  • v0.931 - made the pattern matching case-insensitive
  • v0.91 - added code to sort QSOs by the date and time, no matter how the log file was sorted
  • v0.90 - original version of script
Date 2015-01-15 00:00:00 System  MacIntosh File Size 502.79 KB Download 1,382 Download