From: John Torjo (john.groups_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-22 15:13:55
The first version was rejected.
This is the second version, taking into account the feedback I got from
the first version.
I plan to post it for a review in 3-4 months.
> I am quite interested in a logging library. After checking the links
> provided it seems that this library does fulfill all my requirements, but I
> am interested in knowing whether this library is a boost proposal, it has
> been accepted and when will it be available in the official boost library
> Thanks in advance,
> On 10/11/07, Jean-Francois Bastien <jfbastien_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>>> I've added documentation for the Logging Lib v2 :
>>> http://torjo.com/log2/ (Logging homepage)
>>> http://torjo.com/log2/doc/html/ (documentation)
>>> Just to make sure, the Boost Log Library has these features:
>> Your model seems interesting, especially since it's extrensible.
>> There are two concepts which I'm most interested in with logging and
>> which you don't seem to touch:
>> - Asynchronous logging (i.e. background processing in a very low
>> priority thread);
>> - Distributed logging, where multiple computers can all log to a single
>> Would you consider adding them, or validate that they are "pluggable"
>> into your design?
>> I've been looking at log4cxx lately, and besides the weird API it has
>> all of this built it. It's very extensible and seems mature.
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