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Logging Framework for C

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ANSI C functions and macros for flexible logging to files and other destinations.
It is modeled after the Log for Java library (http://www.log4j.org), staying as close to their API as is reasonable.
Intended for use in time-space critical environments

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    I am new to log4c. Could someone explain how can i use log4c to write logs to a log server? Thanks on advance.

    Posted 04/17/2013
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    /* user of version 1.2.{0,1}, in C project on Linux */ Log4c is fine for small project that can afford having configuration files. For larger project with a lot of processes it quickly becomes a pain to maintain thoses configuration files. And on-the-fly configuration was a pain with log4c I was disappointed by: * the use of mutexes in the logging handler, causing deadlocks when calling a logging function in a signal handler. * the strange behavior when overriding a category's logger (message dupplication). * the end-of-support and the no-answer received for support requests. * the removal of log4c from some big and official Linux distribution (i.e. Fedora Core 17) I found really easier to use the Gnome Library (GLib2.0) internal logging support. Now is my life easier, happier.

    Posted 11/20/2012
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    log4c is out of date, try zlog! http:[[hardysimpson.github.com/zlog

    Posted 07/15/2012
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C

Registered

2001-10-25

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