From: Darryl Green (darryl.green_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-08-18 09:07:10
John Torjo wrote:
> I don't think construction is tricky. I think knowing whether I'm still
> constructed - that's the problem.
You can never test for "still constructed" using data that is part of
the possibly destructed object - all you get is undefined behavior.
You don't need the test if you can live with never destroying the
>>The scoped log stuff doesn't seem to have been updated to support levels yet -
>>in fact I'm not sure if it currently works?
> It does work, and it does support levels: BOOST_SCOPEDLOG and
It was just the problem fixed by Andreas confusing me.
> You're right. What comes to mind, is to have an extra parameter:
> bool add_even_if_name_exists.
> So, if passing 'false', if "display" already exists, it's not added. If
> passing 'true', "display" is added even if it exists.
That works, but I think the interface reflects a design choice (mixing
naming/registering the appender and connecting it) that should be
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