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From: Mojmir Svoboda (mojmir.svoboda_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-06-09 10:53:39
* Boris <boriss_at_[hidden]> [2008-06-09 15:27:16 +0200]:
> The reason why I was mentioning Windows Event Logging and Event Tracing
this is it?
> before was that I think a Boost Logging library should somehow support
> operating-system specific logging standards (or at least make it easy to
> support them).
or like syslog? i tried it few times but was rather disappointed by the
performance. this is more like 'hey, something critical happened' than
for regular full-blown logging. i wonder if it's better on any platform.
of course i will have a look at these, but i do not see any problem as
long as the two interfaces are somehow compatible with mine. i know
syslog, and it can certainly be integrated into it.
> If a Boost Logging library was just a more efficient
> implementation of clog, maybe with a built-in mutex for thread-safety, it
> doesn't really deserve to be called a Boost library? :)
it depends. we can always make things complex, but logging is not in
> For example the
> idea of a destination concept in John's library is already nice as a
> destination can be more than a stream (and I think there is even a
> destination class for syslog in John's code somewhere although I don't see
> it in the documentation).
well destination==sink, formatter==filter and that's it :) we both made
the same design decision as it seems.
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