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RLog is a software that provides a flexible message logging facility for C++ programs and libraries. It is subscription based, mea
RLog is a software that provides a flexible message logging facility for C++ programs and libraries.
It is subscription based, meaning you can subscribe to messages of your choice in an number of ways: by hierarchical channel name (e.g. "debug", "debug/ special", "error", etc.), or filename, component name, etc.
Log messages are individually enabled. It is meant to be fast enough to leave in production code - even where it may be called many times, as both the GCC and Intel compilers reduce the logging overhead a few clock cycles if they are dormant (with no subscribers).
Other add-on components can extend subscriptions to external programs, allowing you to enable and collect debugging messages remotely.
In order to begin using RLog in your code, you should do the following:
define RLOG_COMPONENT in your build environment. Eg: librlog is built with -DRLOG_COMPONENT="rlog".
You should use a unique name for your program or library (do not use "rlog"). If your program is made up of separate components, then you can define RLOG_COMPONENT as a different name for each component.
(optional) add a call to RLogInit() in your main program startup code. This is not a requirement, however not including it may reduce functionality of external rlog modules.
link with librlog
add subscribers (rlog::StdioNode , rlog::SyslogNode , or your own) to catch any messages you are interested in.
What's New in This Release:
Features were added to the StdioNode logger and the build scripts were updated.
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