From: John Torjo (john.groups_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-02-11 15:58:36
> Hi John,
> Yet another suggestion.
> Documentation that was structured something like;
> * Overview Of A Configurable Logging Facillity
> * Canned Configurations
> * Just Using A File
> * In The Presence Of An IDE
> * Sending To Syslog
> * ...
> * The Default Configuration
> * Advanced Configuration
Ok, that sounds doable - after redesigning the lib, I'll do my best to
do it like this.
> While the configurability of your library is perhaps its greatest selling
> point, without the bundling of "kickstart" code and a presentation such
> as that shown above it forces first timers to learn how to configure. I
I guess I just didn't realize how important a few lines of code really
> remember clicking your "Fast And Furious" with a mixture of guilt and
> relief only to be faced with material that still assumed a deeper
Ok, point taken.
> There is an analogy to be drawn with the STL. I was a wary adopter of
> and maps, only using them in the simplest ways. Documentation for such usage
> was plentiful. But it's the deeper potential of these STL templates that has
> me a convert.
Ok, you'll have it in the next version.
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