From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-26 15:12:20
> Nope, in the system we use, the tracing code isn't even called unless
> tracing is actually enabled (which can be done in realtime from other
> processes). The only overhead incurred for any logging statement
> currently not active is little more than a lookup, compare, and jump.
>>From the discussion I've seen, the proposed library should work the same
Yup, it does work the same way -- except that for my lib there's not
even a lookup. Every log internally is a reference to a variable of
boost::log::logger type, which contains a pointer to a
boost::log::logger_impl, which contains a boolean variable.
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