From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-10-24 09:36:41
> Well, personally, I'd really like to try and go macro-less on the logging
> approach. I don't like macros because:
> 1) The logging code will be in the release build anyway (for all industrial
> apps I've seen this is the case).
> 2) Macro systems tend to be fragile -- pass it bad type (eg:string instead of
> char*) and it might crash your app. In this day and age the compiler should
> detect these errors...
It depends on how many macros you use.
In my lib, there's only two:
If you look at the usage, any semantic error will be reported at
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