January 21st, 2011, 11:27 AM
Any good logging framework recommendations?
Due to the tight deadline of my project, I am not able to evaluate the those free logging framework.
Most of the projects that I dealt with are using ACE logger and Log4J. Currently the new project needs to run on LINUX platform and a centralised logging server is a must.
Do you guys know of any good logging framework? I have search around and saw log4cxx, log4cpp, c++ boost logger. I am dealing with a real-time system. So performance is critical.
My current real-time system is using ACE logger.
Thanks for any advice
January 22nd, 2011, 12:54 AM
Re: Any good logging framework recommendations?
you can use Syslog server runs on linux and has ports for win32 and OS X , you can find all relevant information here
since Syslog operates over a network , you can even do remote logging.
best part very easy to use and has binding for many languages , you can even write your own binding by going through relevant header files.
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