From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-02-03 02:53:20
>>* No concept of a message severity or level (suggested to use
>>different Log instances)
> It is worth pointing out that this is a feature - not an omission.
>>* Logs must be declared in a header, defined in a different TU.
>>Helper macros provided to assist with this [this is the one feature I
> * But 1.3 included scoped logs, so if you want to create logs dynamically at
> runtime you can. These logs don't need the declare/define.
> * For what it is worth, I think the fatal handler (or other interesting
> behaviours triggered by particular logs being written to) can be implemented
> by making an appender that is fatal, and directing "fatal" logs to it (as
> well as to other appenders, of course the fatal appender must be the last
Many thanks for pointing these out!
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