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Logging library

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Hello All!

I know that Boost doesn't offer any logging facilities.
Is there expansible, crossplatform, well-designed (all features are
required) logging library for C++?

Any suggestions?

Dec 15 '06 #1
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kr*************@gmail.com wrote:
Hello All!

I know that Boost doesn't offer any logging facilities.
Is there expansible, crossplatform, well-designed (all features are
required) logging library for C++?

Any suggestions?
Try this one: http://log4c.sourceforge.net/

It is used in professional environments.

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Ivan
http://www.0x4849.net

Dec 15 '06 #2

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On 15 Dec 2006 09:31:25 -0800, krivenok.dmitry@...com wrote:
>Is there expansible, crossplatform, well-designed (all features are
required) logging library for C++?

Any suggestions?
http://pantheios.sourceforge.net/
Dec 15 '06 #3

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kr*************@gmail.com wrote:
I know that Boost doesn't offer any logging facilities.
That's not strictly true. There's the Boost Log Library. From
http://www.crystalclearsoftware.com/...rariesUnderCon
struction-New:
"The Boost Log Library is a small logging library, makes it very easy to
declare/define new logs, allows you very simple access to logs, allows for log
hierarchies, and for modifying log hierarchies, allows for easy and efficient
enabling/disabling of logs/log hierarchies, allows for easy manipulation of log
behaviors and is thread-safe."
Download: http://torjo.com/code/logging.zip
Docs: http://torjo.com/

I don't think John Torjo, the author, has worked on it recently but it's
useable.

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Chuck
Dec 16 '06 #4

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kr*************@gmail.com wrote:
Hello All!

I know that Boost doesn't offer any logging facilities.
Is there expansible, crossplatform, well-designed (all features are
required) logging library for C++?

Any suggestions?
Pantheios (http://pantheios.sf.net/) is definitely the way to go.

Roland P. put me onto it, and it's very high quality. It claims to be
very fast - http://pantheios.sourceforge.net/performance.html - and my
experience of it so far bares that out.

It seems to be experiencing a surge in activity recenty too. Feels like
the tem are building up to a non-beta release

Dec 22 '06 #5

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