Liblogging is an easy-to-use, cross-platform library for RFC 3195-style logging. It has a very simple API which takes out all complexity of the new BEEP-based RFC 3195 syslog standard. It supports RAW and COOKED profiles as well as initiators and listeners.
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Release Notes: This version primarily clarifies the licensing and fixes some packaging issues. Otherwise, it is identical to 1.0.0. The rfc3195 component is now 2-clause BSD licensed. This means the complete liblogging is now under the 2-clause BSD license. New component names: liblogging-stdlog and liblogging-rfc3195.
Release Notes: The RFC3195 library is now as optional component. The libstdlog component was added and is used for standard logging.
Release Notes: The include structure was changed and a missing include was added. The package name was incorrect and has been fixed.
Release Notes: Liblogging now uses autotools and creates a standard system library under Linux. The is necessary to do a "normal" build under Linux.
Release Notes: This version is not as stable as 0.5.0, but it includes the COOKED listener as its most important feature. Note that it currently does not support COOKED relay operations, nor is it scheduled to do that in the near future.