From: JD (jean.daniel.michaud_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-30 17:03:35
Nice to have you back on track.
I was looking at your library, because I am developing one myself and
I ran in a tricky problem and was wondering how did you solve it.
Let's say you have this code:
LDBG_ << "foo called";
int main(int argc, char **argv)
LDBG_ << "foo returned: " << foo();
How does it behave? Are you using a stack? And how do you handle
multi-threading in such case??
You'll tell me: "look at my code", and you would be right :) But just
wondering if you though specifically to this pb and if you tackled it so
maybe I can get some inspiration from you ;p
> Hi all,
> I've completed a major update of Boost Log:
> - added scenarios
> - allow for fast compiles
> - updated docs
> - compiles with gcc 3.4.2 and VC 2005
> Feedback is most welcome!
> Still to do:
> - update docs (in parts of the docs I use obsolete examples)
> - use TLS
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