Release Notes: This is the final release of version 1.4. It contains all the changes which went into version 1.4-try-1.
Release Notes: Includes config file format and log4cplus config file format parsing (in addition to the previously supported YAML format). Fixes build problems with the distribution. Fixes some bugs. Adds windows_event_log_writer. Adds a configurable maximum size to config files. Adds a loggable class that when subclassed gives you a logger for free, which you can use with the new LGBL-tagged logging macros. Integrates with launchd on Macintosh so that the log server, chuchod, can be installed as a service on Windows, Macintosh, and Solaris now.
Release Notes: This release includes all changes from version 1.3-try-1.
Release Notes: This release includes support for Windows (Visual Studio 2012) and Solaris (gcc 4.8.1), rolling to compressed files (gzip, bzip2, zip), async_writer, sliding_numbered_file_roller, and several bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes feature and fixes from 1.2-try-1 and 1.2-try-2, and includes a few minor changes to the garbage cleaner.
Release Notes: An unexpected termination while processing YAML was fixed. The YAML formatter now uses single quotes to prevent escaping on the server side. sockaddr_storage is used instead of sockaddr_in for accept(). More static initialization was removed. There were other minor fixes.
Release Notes: Fixes several bugs. Adds a syslog_writer. Adds a remote_writer and a remote log server. The remove_writer will forward events to a server, which will use its own log configuration to log events. The log server is more robust than that of either log4cplus and Logback. Adds a duplicate_message_filter. Removes all use of static initialization/destruction, so that Chucho can safely be used in any context. Reduces the size of Chucho and any executable that uses it by 30% by swapping in libyaml for yaml-cpp.
Release Notes: This is the final release of version 1.1. It includes some minor bug and documentation fixes.
Release Notes: Synchronization and initialization fixes, and new unit tests for multithreaded logging.
Release Notes: This is the first release of Chucho. It includes file and console logging, diagnostic contexts, markers, and some basic filters.