C++11 library providing functionality common to all adapters.
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// This file is under GNU General Public License 3.0
// see LICENSE.txt
#ifndef LIBPEPADAPTER_PEPLOG_HH
#define LIBPEPADAPTER_PEPLOG_HH
#include <sstream>
#include <thread>
#ifdef ANDROID
#include <android/log.h>
#endif
// pEpLog
// ======
// a "to be kept ultra small and simple" logging unit.
// featuring:
// * pEpLog macro that will be eliminated in release-builds (-DNDEBUG=1)
// * thread safe (no interleave when logging from diff threads)
// * OS dependent backend switches:
// * android: __android_log_print
// * all other OS: cout
// * runtime enabled/disabled switch (global)
//
// You might want more and more features, but the feature-policy is very restrictive, and there is a
// primary design goal to keep it simple, maintainable and portable.
//
// How to use:
// include <pEpLog.hh>
// use the macro pEpLog(msg) to do logging
// use NDEBUG=1 to turn logging on/off at compile-time
// use set_enabled(bool) to turn logging on/off at runtime
// use set_enabled_<backend>(bool) to turn logging on/off per backend
#ifdef NDEBUG
#define pEpLog(msg) do{}while(0)
#else
#define pEpLog(msg) \
do { \
std::stringstream msg_ss; \
msg_ss << std::this_thread::get_id() << " - " << __FILE__ << "::" << __FUNCTION__ << " - " << msg; \
pEp::Adapter::pEpLog::log(msg_ss.str()); \
} while(0)
#endif // NDEBUG
namespace pEp {
namespace Adapter {
namespace pEpLog {
void log(std::string msg);
void set_enabled(bool is_enabled);
bool get_enabled();
} // pEpLog
} // Adapter
} // pEp
#endif // LIBPEPADAPTER_PEPLOG_HH