From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-08 05:10:43
>> Just a quick thought that came to my mind...
>> Did you consider using the syntax 'BOOST_LOG(dbg, "message" <<
>> foobar);' instead of 'BOOST_LOG(dbg) << "message" << foobar;'?
>> While I think the syntax you use looks far nicer, we ususally need the
>> ability to be able to compile away the logging calls completely and
>> this only can be done with the first form.
> a point considered in detail in "Effecient C++" by Bulka & Mayhew
Unfortunately I have not read their book.
Just curious, what was their conclusion?
(also, note my other post to Markus)
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