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Re: logging: are we there yet?

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2005-07-27 19:41:25 CEST

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> A. svnserve learns to log things to syslogd (and win32 logd)

and STDOUT (at least when run --foreground).

> --> this may have to be in svn's API at first, but then someday
> moved out to APR.

Only caveat here is to at least casually glance at what kind of API
Apache itself provides. I would think that at some point it might still
be useful to surgically remove Apache's logging functionality and dump
that into APR (since it includes handling pipes, etc). I wouldn't want
to promote the [justifiably] much simpler Subversion API if it would
block the more complete one later.

> If not, then we can start two new threads to discuss implementation
> details of the new code we'll be adding to both servers.

If I might suggest focusing next on what is going to be logged and
where, rather than on the logging code itself. There may be further
argument^Wdiscussion about what gets logged which may impact on the
design of the actual log calls (but then again maybe not if we are just
talking about a format string and varargs to be evaluated later).


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Received on Wed Jul 27 19:42:36 2005

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