easyloggingpp | extremely powerful , extendable , light-weight , fast

 by   amrayn C++ Version: v9.97.0 License: Non-SPDX

kandi X-RAY | easyloggingpp Summary

kandi X-RAY | easyloggingpp Summary

easyloggingpp is a C++ library typically used in Logging applications. easyloggingpp has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. However easyloggingpp has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.

Easylogging++ is single header efficient logging library for C++ applications. It is extremely powerful, highly extendable and configurable to user's requirements. It provides ability to write your own sinks (via featured referred as LogDispatchCallback). This library is currently used by hundreds of open-source projects on github and other open-source source control management sites. This manual is for Easylogging++ v9.96.7. For other versions please refer to corresponding release on github. You may also be interested in Residue logging server.

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              easyloggingpp has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 3404 star(s) with 892 fork(s). There are 188 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 254 open issues and 362 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 145 days. There are 25 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of easyloggingpp is v9.97.0

            kandi-Quality Quality

              easyloggingpp has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

            kandi-Security Security

              easyloggingpp has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              easyloggingpp code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

            kandi-License License

              easyloggingpp has a Non-SPDX License.
              Non-SPDX licenses can be open source with a non SPDX compliant license, or non open source licenses, and you need to review them closely before use.

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              easyloggingpp releases are available to install and integrate.
              Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.
              It has 2312 lines of code, 117 functions and 1 files.
              It has high code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.

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            Community Discussions


            CMake: Linking error when using add_library with many sources and using it in target_link_libraries
            Asked 2019-Jan-20 at 03:25

            Full listing included at the end, here specific parts:

            add_library(common common.h utils.h utils.cc)




            Answered 2019-Jan-20 at 03:21

            Linking order matters for static libraries with bfd ld. (not sure about gold). libcommon.a is read, processed and dropped before libcompilation_context.a is brought around which needs symbols declared in libcommon.a.

            The old fashion way to fix this was ld c.o -lcommon -lcompilation_context -lcommon. cmake's LINK_INTERFACE_MULTIPLICITY should (I think) solve your problem.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/54273255


            Read & write log on specific time interval c++
            Asked 2018-May-30 at 04:20

            I want to write to log file with timestamp. The timestamp should represent the time interval from beginning of the application like below:

            1: This log message arrived after 1s of starting the application

            5: This log message arrived after 5s of starting the application

            Then i want to read the log message in that exact time interval. Like after 1s i will read the first message then when 5s is passed i will read the second message.

            Is there any library by which i can do that? I have found some library like easyloggingcpp which can save log file using timestamp. But the timestamp is the corresponding time. Also i have not found any way how to read the message on specific time interval.

            Is there any way i can do it?



            Answered 2018-May-28 at 09:03

            Global variables are guaranteed to be initialized before main is run.

            So first create a global const variable app_start_time initialized with the value

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/50561505


            cmake: Download easylogging++ and use sources directly
            Asked 2018-Apr-22 at 19:41

            I would like to download easylogging++ package, extract the content and then directly use easylogging++.h and easylogging++.cc in my sources.

            I started with this:



            Answered 2018-Apr-22 at 19:41

            It seems that ExternalProject_Add is not for the use case I am trying to implement. It looks like the download is only executed during compilation step, not the configuration step. That's a bummer.

            I was able to achieve similar result by coding this manually and it works fairly well:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/49869926


            CMake subdirectory - No such file or directory for included header file when compiling test subproject
            Asked 2018-Mar-06 at 16:42

            I have relatively complex cmake project with multiple sub-projects - one for third party software (which also includes further sub-projects), one for the application I'm working on and one for the tests.



            Answered 2018-Mar-06 at 16:42

            I asume your file is in ${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/3rdparty/LL/include/LL/network.

            You didn't add ${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/3rdparty/LL/include/ to the include directories of your test project so it can't be found.


            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/48341459


            Adding multiple source files to build in Eclipse
            Asked 2017-Oct-14 at 21:55

            I'm developing a code which uses Easylogging++ as the underlying logging library. Recently, I wanted to update the library since it has some high visibility / high impact bugs and I found out that the library is divided into two files (.cc and .h). This new structure needs inclusion of the .cc file in the build string alongside the main program code.

            I'm using Eclipse to develop the project and generate the make files to build the project. I need to tell Eclipse (Oxygen.1) that it needs to compile the .cc file alongside the main file while building the project, however I was unable to do so. Any help is greatly appreciated.



            Answered 2017-Oct-14 at 21:55

            It's easier than I thought. Eclipse's managed build is more intelligent than it seems. Adding many source files under the /src folder causes Eclipse to automatically compile all the files under that folder, unless you exclude them.

            This means adding the .h to /lib folder and the .cc file to the /src folder and modifying to .cc to look for the .h file under /lib have solved the problem neatly.

            To complete the compilation I had to add some flags, since the developer likes to extensively modify his library between releases.

            Everything is working fine again.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/46652631

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            Install easyloggingpp

            Download latest version from Latest Release. For other releases, please visit releases page. If you application does not support C++11, please consider using v8.91. This is stable version for C++98 and C++03, just lack some features.
            In order to get started with Easylogging++, you can follow three easy steps:. That simple! Please note that INITIALIZE_EASYLOGGINGPP should be used once and once-only otherwise you will end up getting compilation errors. This is the definition of several extern variables. This means it can be defined only once per application. Best place to put this initialization statement is in file where int main(int, char**) function is defined, right after last include statement.
            Download latest version
            Include into your project (easylogging++.h and easylogging++.cc)
            Initialize using single macro... and off you go!
            If you want to install this header system-wide, you can do so via:. Following options are supported by Easylogging++ cmake and you can turn these options on using -D<option>=ON. With that said, you will still need easylogging++.cc file in order to compile. For header only, please check v9.89 and lower.
            lib_utc_datetime - Defines ELPP_UTC_DATETIME
            build_static_lib - Builds static library for Easylogging++
            GNU/Linux 4.4 / Ubuntu 4.8.4 64-bit / clang++. GNU/Linux 4.4 / Ubuntu 4.8.4 64-bit / g++-4.9. GNU/Linux 4.4 / Ubuntu 4.8.4 64-bit / g++-5. GNU/Linux 4.4 / Ubuntu 4.8.4 64-bit / g++-6. GNU/Linux 4.4 / Ubuntu 4.8.4 64-bit / g++-7. GNU/Linux 4.4 / Ubuntu 4.8.4 64-bit / clang++. GNU/Linux 4.4 / Ubuntu 4.8.4 64-bit / g++-4.9. GNU/Linux 4.4 / Ubuntu 4.8.4 64-bit / g++-5. GNU/Linux 4.4 / Ubuntu 4.8.4 64-bit / g++-6. GNU/Linux 4.4 / Ubuntu 4.8.4 64-bit / g++-7.


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