Subject: Re: [boost] RES: Log Lib!
From: Renato Forti (re.tf_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-01-03 16:33:44
My plan is build some thing like this:
* Log System
* Application System (Windows Service, Unix Daemon, Usual Application)
* Plugin System (services model) : late bind dynamically extensible that
will provide modular applications like an service that can be loaded in
Than a developer that need create a server, for sample:
Extend for boost::application::server and in this it use boost::log .
To create service (modular application) he extend of boost::service to
create a service and plug this service in runtime on
boost::application::server. Application can be configured using
Boost.Program_options for sample.
What do you think?
Do you think that "this" is very specific, and violate: " The library
must be generally useful and not restricted to a narrow problem domain."
or this kind of system is relevant to boost.
On 03-01-2012 18:33, Jarrad Waterloo wrote:
> I only have heard about them in passing when researching CORBA or
> using the POCO C++ libraries for those not found in boost such as
> database, process, services, web and xml. If I recall the POCO logging
> is comparable or less than to the Boost logging and doesn't offer the
> categories features of log4?. I think you are on the right track by
> considering log4cxx. Just make it better. Learn from its mistakes.
> On 1/3/2012 1:39 PM, Renato Tegon Forti wrote:
>> In a recent research I see:
>> ACE Log (Trace)
>> Poco Log
>> What impressions about these models?
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