LibLogging 1.0.6 released

liblogging 1.0.6 [download]We have released liblogging 1.0.6. This release mostly provides fixes for different issues, like a small memory leak, build detection for journal libraries and many more. For full details, see the changelog below. sha256sum: 338c6174e5c8652eaa34f956be3451f7491a4416ab489aef63151f802b00bf93 —————————————————————————- v1.0.6 2017-03-06– fix small memory leaks in libstdlog  each open/close leaked a couple of bytes; this was […]

LibLogging 1.0.5 released

liblogging 1.0.5 [download]We have released liblogging 1.0.5. This release has a important bugfix for a bug that caused the date stamp to be partially incorrect. The day part was totally off and this affected the “uxsock:” and “file:” drivers. sha256sum: 310dc1691279b7a669d383581fe4b0babdc7bf75c9b54a24e51e60428624890b —————————————————————————- v1.0.5 2014-12-09– cleanup for systemd-journal >= 209  closes– bugfix: date stamp was incorrectly […]

LibLogging 1.0.3 released

liblogging 1.0.3 [download]We have released liblogging 1.0.3. This is a pure bug-fixing release fixing some build problems and clarifying part of the API. sha256sum: c9da7e4e01c0912085e9393dfb9d59bbd355c80a4ac5484d78bbfdfa91d011c0 v1.0.3 2014-03-18– fix build problem in Ubuntu 10.04  Thanks to Assaf Gordon for reporting  See:– do not override user varibale CFLAGS  Thanks to Thomas D. for reporting this problem and suggesting […]

LibLogging 1.0.2 released

liblogging 1.0.2 [download]We have released liblogging 1.0.2. This is the first release with a basically feature-complete liblogging-stdlog component. It is an enhanced replacement for the syslog(3) API which supports multiple channels, signal-safeness, and logging drivers for syslog, the systemd journal, unix sockets, and files. While this version is suitable for use with applications, we still […]

LibLogging 1.0.1 released

liblogging 1.0.1 [download]This version primarily clarifies the licensing and fixes some packaging issues. Otherwise, it is identical to 1.0.0.Changelog:v1.0.1 2014-02-10– rfc3195 component now 2-clause BSD licensed  This means the complete liblogging is now under 2-clause BSD– new component names:  * liblogging-stdlog  * liblogging-rfc3195  made some necessary name adjustments  See also: 99d09101cc3c22e2388fe2a817bb1c6f5fe2275623aadb94a49d1c2259102bfa

LibLogging is alive!

You may wonder… no news during the past month. Is LibLogging abandoned? Well, it looks like it is … but that’s not the truth. Of course, development on LibLogging has stopped, a fact caused by the simple matter of lack of interest in the library. However, there is growing interest since spring of this year […]

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