From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-11-14 19:44:22
>>>You couldn't change an API post review and introduce completely new
>>>modifiers model. It's a different library that needs different review
>>I was only talking about changing (optimizing) the implementation.
> You couldn't really optimize this without changing modifiers model.
Again, how would you know?
>>If you want to filter out a specific subsystem, you will disable the
>>logs corresponding to that subsystem.
>>When a message is about to be written to the log, if the log is
>>disabled, the whole message is ignored.
> Ok. I guess you could mimic keywords with use of named logs. But now you
> have 2 different concepts (named log and log level) to do essentially the
> same job: filter log entry. And these wouldn't help you a bit if you need to
> filter based on any other criteria: category, time of day, thread id etc.
Ok, I finally get it. You're right about the filtering concept. It's
more powerful that what I have right now.
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