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c++.stlsoft - Pantheios 1.0.1 (beta 40) released

A C++ logging API that is simple to use, 100% type-safe, generic,
extensible, atomic, platform-independent, and highly efficient. And, best of
all, it upholds the spirit of C: you only pay for what you use.

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 heterogenous types.

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

Pantheios supports back-end output, individually and in combination, to
stderr/stdout, SysLog (including a custom implementation of the SysLog
protocol for Windows), Win32 debugger, Win32 event log, COM Error Object, 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 (5.5.1+), Comeau (4.3.3+), Digital Mars (8.45+), GCC (3.2+), Intel
(6+), Metrowerks (8+), Microsoft Visual C++ (5.0+), and should work with any
reasonably modern C++ compiler.

Pantheios is completely free and includes source released under a BSD-style

Release 1.0.1 beta 40 incorporates:
 * Minor bug fix in be.file, to enable discard of cached contents before
assigning file name to back-end instance

Note: this release of Pantheios requires STLSoft 1.9.6, or later. Download
from http://stlsoft.org/downloads.html

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Discuss at: http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=475313

Pantheios website: http://pantheios.org/
Oct 25 2007