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c++.stlsoft - Pantheios 1.0.1 (beta 214) released

reply Matt Wilson <matthewwilson acm.org> writes:
Pantheios is an open source C/C++ Logging API library, offering an optimal
combination of 100% type-safety, efficiency, genericity and extensibility. It
is simple to use and extend, highly-portable (platform and
compiler-independent) and, best of all, it upholds the C tradition of you only
pay for what you use.

Pantheios supports logging of message statements of arbitrary complexity,
consisting of heterogeneous types.

Pantheios supports filtering of log messages based on severity level including
(but not limited to) the eight levels defined by the SysLog protocol.

Pantheios supports back-end output, individually and in combination, to
stderr/stdout, SysLog (including a custom implementation of the SysLog protocol
for Windows), Windows debugger, Windows event log, COM Error Object, Speech, or
any custom back-end extension you care to write. Importantly, Pantheios is
readily extended to use the existing transport mechanisms of feature-rich
logging libraries such as ACE, log4cpp, log4cplus, log4cxx.

Pantheios does not contain any compiler-specific or platform-specific
constructs. It supports UNIX (including Linux and Mac OS-X), and Windows, and
should work with any operating system. It is known to be compatible with
Borland (5.6+), Comeau (4.3.3+), Digital Mars (8.45+), GCC (3.4+), Intel (7+),
Metrowerks (8+), Microsoft Visual C++ (6.0+), and should work with any
reasonably modern C++ compiler.

Pantheios is completely free and includes source released under a BSD-style
license. Commercial servics, including bespoke customisations, are available
from Synesis Software Pty Ltd; http://synesis.com.au/contact.html

Pantheios Training is provided by Synesis Software Pty Ltd; details at
http://synesis.com.au/training.html

Release 1.0.1 beta 214 incorporates:
 * added variant_bool inserter, for COM Automation type VARIANT_BOOL
 * added new core API function pantheios_getProcessIdentity(), which reflects
new dynamic process identity semantics for front-ends, and new C++ alias
pantheios::getProcessIdentity()
 * added PANTHEIOS_CARG_STR()/PANTHEIOS_CARG_STR_LEN() macros
 * added makefile for Intel C/C++ 12
 * pantheios::character inserter now compatible with wide characters, and allow
conversion construction from char when widestring mode (i.e. expecting wchar_t)
 * adjusted core initialisation to support new dynamic process identity
semantics for front-ends
 * preparations for division of core (and later implementation in C)
 * refactoring of memory-pool
 * changed way in which core discriminates atomic integer operation support
when in multithreaded mode
 * pantheios::inserter adaptor is now wide-string compatible
 * added test.component.core.getProcessIdentity project
 * added test.component.inserters.variant_bool
 * added test.scratch.be.WindowsSyslog project
 * added test.scratch.be.WindowsSyslog.WithCallback project
 * bec.WindowsConsole now implemented in terms of pantheios_util_snprintf(),
and made fully compatible with 64-bit
 * fixed bec.WindowsSyslog defect in arguments parsing (whereby supplied
address would be ignored)
 * removed use of deprecated format flag 'zeroPadded', replaced with 'zeroPad'
 * wholesale tidying of definition of PANTHEIOS_FE_PROCESS_IDENTITY (in terms
of PANTHEIOS_EXTERN_C and PANTHEIOS_LITERAL_STRING())
 * wholesale changes for compatibility with STLSoft 1.9.115+'s integer_to_string
 * NOTE: Now requires STLSoft 1.9.115


Download from: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pantheios/files/Pantheios%20%28C%20and%20Cxx%29/

Discuss at: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pantheios/forums/forum/475313

Pantheios website: http://pantheios.org/

Note: this release of Pantheios requires STLSoft 1.9.115, or later; download
from http://stlsoft.org/
Aug 07 2012
next sibling parent reply "Bernard Helyer" <b.helyer gmail.com> writes:
Nice to see software being targeted at DMC once in a while.

How have you found STLSoft to work with? Have you had to make 
many concessions, or has it worked much like the major vendor 
implementations (libstdc++, libc++, msvcrt)?
Aug 07 2012
parent "Matt Wilson" <matthewwilson acm.org> writes:
"Bernard Helyer" <b.helyer gmail.com> wrote in message 
news:bafjodrzpeqqncvjvsjr forum.dlang.org...
 On Tuesday, 7 August 2012 at 09:46:27 UTC, Bernard Helyer wrote:
 Nice to see software being targeted at DMC once in a while.

 How have you found STLSoft to work with? Have you had to make many 
 concessions, or has it worked much like the major vendor implementations 
 (libstdc++, libc++, msvcrt)?

I now realise you _work_ on STLSoft. xD Feel free to answer anyway. :P

Hi Bernard Not really any way I can answer, as your question was misconceived. Nonetheless, I'm happy that someone's paying some attention, and I wish you well and thank you for your interest. Cheers Matt
Aug 29 2012
prev sibling parent "Bernard Helyer" <b.helyer gmail.com> writes:
On Tuesday, 7 August 2012 at 09:46:27 UTC, Bernard Helyer wrote:
 Nice to see software being targeted at DMC once in a while.

 How have you found STLSoft to work with? Have you had to make 
 many concessions, or has it worked much like the major vendor 
 implementations (libstdc++, libc++, msvcrt)?

I now realise you _work_ on STLSoft. xD Feel free to answer anyway. :P
Aug 07 2012