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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] Boost.Log: Set formatter for named_scope attr.
From: VÃctor Yo (rcpoetics_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-11-14 08:44:14
I'm sorry. I saw that I used my own keywords and that maybe confusing. The
line should be (in your example) like this:
boost::log::keywords::format = "%n (%f : %l)")
and about the part "boost::log::keywords::format =" try with your form (if
it works for the moment). Let me know if finally worked.
El lunes, 30 de septiembre de 2013 14:01:29 UTC+2, David Puffer escribiÃ³:
> Being new to Boost.Log (and Boost in general) I have spent the last few
> days trying to implement Boost.Log - which
> Is working fairly well by now.
> However - I encountered one problem that I've not been able to solve by
> now, although it seems to me quite trivial:
> I have successfully registered the "named_scope" attribute and I am
> populating its value by a call to BOOST_LOG_FUNCTION.
> This works well and I can see the function-name in my log-output.
> However - I also want the line-number and the file-name, and discovered
> that there's a possibility to set the output-format of the
> "named_scope" attribute (which already incorporates file-name and
> line-number info) like so:
> #include <boost/log/expressions/formatters/named_scope.hpp>
> sink->set_formatter(expr::stream << expr::format_named_scope("Scopes",
> As documented here:
> I just don't seem to find any way to get to my sink - which is configured
> in a settings-file and evaluated by a call to the init_from_stream()function.
> Is there any way to query for all the sinks - or get a sink by name? How
> is one supposed to set a sink formatter for a sink which was generated by
> the library
> and not the user?
> Or is there a way to specify the output-format for named attributes via a
> settings-file as well? As far as I can see it's only possible to format the
> output of a log record as a
> whole - but not single attributes.
> Also: Is it correct, that the above function will only set the format for
> the "Scopes" attribute - which means I could call this function repeatedly
> for lets say the "TimeStamp" attribute
> as well?
> Best regards,
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