From: Marc Borgers (marc.borgers_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-03-19 04:39:29
Actually, the log4J and log4N are examples of what logging libs could be...
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Dave Gomboc wrote:
> Just curious if anyone's doing something along these lines. A quick
> google search on boost turned up only Boost.Test, which (I think?) is
> something quite different.
<g> I was just thinking the same thing last week, and trawling through
old lists found a real mess of views on what such a library should look
like. It convinced me that our current library could be significantly
enhanced, but I'm employed to deliver solutions, not logging libraries!!
If you want to spearhead round-3 (at last count) it might be worth
setting up an project through the Wiki?
My main concern is trying to implement the logger-for-all-seasons.
Looking back there were requirements for many disparate features. I
think progress is more likely to be made delivering a core, smaller
logging system that is readily extensible (similar to the FileSystem
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