From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-10-24 09:32:46
Caleb Epstein wrote:
> John> To me, log4cpp seems way too complex and just modeled after the Java way.
> Neal> I agree.
> Here's a patch for the code in John's logging.zip which should improve
> portability. I've just built it by hand on Linux and run one of the
> simple test programs successfully. The changes involve:
> * Use Boost.Thread for all threading, mutex, and tss stuff (requires
> 1.32.0 or CVS)
The only reason I did not use boost.thread was because at the time I
developed it, I couldn't build it as "static runtime".
> * Use boost::detail::atomic_count for the change_id counter
> * Use std::strftime for the prepend_time() format specifier
> I had to put in API-specific calls inside prepend_thread_id.
> Boost.Thread really ought to offer some way to get at the current
> thread ID.
Thanks for the patch!
I'll try to update my lib, and re-post.
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