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8168722: Unified Logging configuration output needs simplifying Reviewed-by: rehn, lfoltan, hseigel
author mlarsson
date Wed, 28 Feb 2018 22:38:53 +0100
parents fde9b3c56de4
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#include "logging/logDecorators.hpp"
#include "logging/logLevel.hpp"
#include "logging/logMessageBuffer.hpp"
#include "memory/allocation.hpp"
#include "utilities/globalDefinitions.hpp"

class LogDecorations;
class LogMessageBuffer;
class LogSelection;
class LogTagSet;

// The base class/interface for log outputs.
// Keeps track of the latest configuration string,
// and its selected decorators.
class LogOutput : public CHeapObj<mtLogging> {
  // Make LogConfiguration a friend to allow it to modify the configuration string.
  friend class LogConfiguration;

  static const size_t InitialConfigBufferSize = 256;

  // Track if the output has been reconfigured dynamically during runtime.
  // The status is set each time the configuration of the output is modified,
  // and is reset once after logging initialization is complete.
  bool _reconfigured;

  char* _config_string;
  size_t _config_string_buffer_size;

  // Adds the log selection to the config description (e.g. "tag1+tag2*=level").
  void add_to_config_string(const LogSelection& selection);

  LogDecorators _decorators;

  // Replaces the current config description with the given string.
  void set_config_string(const char* string);

  // Update the config string for this output to reflect its current configuration
  void update_config_string(const size_t on_level[LogLevel::Count]);

  void set_decorators(const LogDecorators &decorators) {
    _decorators = decorators;

  const LogDecorators& decorators() const {
    return _decorators;

  bool is_reconfigured() const {
    return _reconfigured;

  const char* config_string() const {
    return _config_string;

  LogOutput() : _reconfigured(false), _config_string(NULL), _config_string_buffer_size(0) {

  virtual ~LogOutput();

  // If the output can be rotated, trigger a forced rotation, otherwise do nothing.
  // Log outputs with rotation capabilities should override this.
  virtual void force_rotate() {
    // Do nothing by default.

  virtual void describe(outputStream *out);

  virtual const char* name() const = 0;
  virtual bool initialize(const char* options, outputStream* errstream) = 0;
  virtual int write(const LogDecorations& decorations, const char* msg) = 0;
  virtual int write(LogMessageBuffer::Iterator msg_iterator) = 0;