Hello log4cpp users and developers,
after some years of active maintainance of the log4cpp project with many fun it's now time to give back the maintainer position.
Why? Live changes and I got a new position in my firm. Together with my family I didn't have enough time to do this job.
I hope there will be others to do this.
It was a interesting time to develop and maintining this project. Thanks!
This release uses the release version 1.0 because the log4cpp library is very stable over many years.
This release includes many bugfixes and enhancements which makes the library very stable and much more useful for any cpp project which need a nice logging framework.
Under the ohloh website you may find some useful informations about the code history and other useful information. (http://www.ohloh.net/projects/3598?p=log4cpp).... read more
This release includes now the missing Manipulator.hh file.
This release contains small bugfixes and improvements.
Hope you get it. For more informations please have a look into the ChangeLog and don't hesitate to inform us, if there are any problems.
We are very happy to bring out a new release since 2002-10-29 with many bugfixes and code cleanups.
We hope you get it.
Hi developers and users,
log4cpp has a new homepage! Simple click on the homepage item on sourceforge or follow here: http://log4cpp.hora-obscura.de
I have decided to use a wiki system where any user can help us to create more documentation and where it should be easier to discuss some items.
Currently anonymous posts are disabled. Please create an account to add some content on the homepage. This makes it easier to track down some things and to mail you, if we should discuss your post.... read more
Hi log4cpp developers and users,
Lately people have been wondering whether log4cpp is still an active project.
So, is the log4cpp project dead?
No, no, no, it's not dead, it's, uhm, dormant, yeah that's it! It's just resting for a while....
The are two reasons for this 'sleep':
1) log4cpp has matured enough to satify the logging needs for our inhouse software development at LifeLine Networks. So, at work I don't have the time to work on improving log4cpp. Especially since most C++programs we have will be phased out in favour of Java implementations (using log4j).... read more
WARNING: this release is a 'work in progress' and may fail to build, crash or redecorate your desktop.
Added experimental support for multi threaded applications. This implementation uses omniORB4s threading library. Other threading libraries, such as Boosts, may be used as well, but this has not been implemented yet.
Log4cpp 0.2.5 has been released. The most notable change from 0.2.4 is the inclusion of support for Borland C++ Builder 5. New project member Uwe Jaeger is the maintainer for this platform.
See the release notes and ChangeLog for more info.
This release fixes all open bugs and adds threshold and custom filtering to appenders.
Log4cpp 0.2.2 has been released, containing support for compilation on the Win32 platform with MSVC++ 6.0. I'm looking for a volunteer to maintain support of this platform: without I'll very likely break Win32 support because I can't test it myself.
Version 0.2.1 of log4cpp is available now. The most noteable change is a license switch from GPL to LGPL. Also an Appender for Marc Welz's IDSA system has been added.
log4cpp 0.2.0 is available for download from http://log4cpp.sourceforge.net/releases/ (and not the regular download page, due to problems with upload.sourceforge.net).
This release introduces an autoconf/automake build and install including shared library support.
Added API documentation, NDC (Nested Diagnostic Context), OstreamAppender and SyslogAppender.
DoxyGen generated API Docs have been added to the log4cpp site and CVS repository.
First import of log4cpp to CVS, release 0.0