From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-11-09 16:03:41
>>>This might be an argument of making the BOOST_LOG* macros work like this
>>>BOOST_LOG(logger, msg << to << stream)
>>>so that the implementation could hold a shared pointer to the logger for
>>>lifetime of the call. Just a thought.
>>I'm not sure how that would help. Could you give an example? Thanks.
> Actually I'm not sure that changing the syntax of BOOST_LOG/LOGL would even
> be required, based on the way enabled_logger works. It would just involve
> enabled_logger holding a boost::shared_ptr<logger> and the log_name()
> function that is created by BOOST_DEFINE_LOG returning a shared_ptr and not
> a reference.
I do have to give it some thought.
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