Re: Proposal for 2.8: Glog

On Tue, 2005-05-03 at 21:03 +0200, Maciej Katafiasz wrote:
> Hi hackers,
> here's a proposal for addition to Glib 2.8, named Glog.
> Bunch of details:
> What is it?
> -----------
> Glog is debugging and logging library. It provides simple, but flexible
> logging facilities, with support for multiple logging levels, and allows
> to precisely specify the output to be shown. Its output can be coloured,
> and logging messages can be sorted by different categories for use by
> separate pieces of code.
> Glog depends only on Glib, and has no other dependencies (besides usual
> GNU toolchain). Optionally it can make use of glibc's printf()
> extensions.

For those who would rather not have to dig it out 
of CVS, it can be browsed at:


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