LibComponentLogging is a small logging library for Objective-C on Mac OS X and iOS which provides log levels, log components, and pluggable logging back-ends, e.g. writing log messages to a file, or sending them to the system log.
LibComponentLogging is available under the terms of the MIT license.
This Git repository contains the library's Core part.
After configuring a logging back-end, e.g. the LogFile back-end, you can simply start logging (to the log file) by using LibComponentLogging's standard logging macro lcl_log(...), e.g.
lcl_log(lcl_cMyComponent, lcl_vError, @"message ...");
The LogFile logger uses the format
<date> <time> <pid>:<tid> <level> <component>:<file>:<line>:<function> <message>
and produces the output
2009-02-01 12:38:32.796 4964:10b D component1:main.m:28:-[Class method] Message 2009-02-01 12:38:32.798 4964:10b D component2:main.m:32:-[Class method] Message 2009-02-01 12:38:32.799 4964:10b D component3:main.m:36:-[Class method] Message
See http://0xc0.de/LibComponentLogging for more information about LibComponentLogging and more examples.
Download the files of the library Core and a logging back-end, e.g. the LogFile logger, from their repositories on GitHub:
Extract the files and copy the extracted files to your application's source directory.
Open Xcode and add all files of the library to your application's project. Xcode will automatically add the library's implementation files to your project's target.
Create a lcl_config_logger.h file and set up the logger, e.g. set the maximum file size and the name of the log file for the LogFile logger.
Create a lcl_config_extensions.h file and optionally add #import statements for logging extensions.
Create your application's lcl_config_components.h file.
Add a #import statement for lcl.h to your application files, e.g. to your application's prefix header file.
Define your log components in lcl_config_components.h.
Add lcl_log(...) log statements to your application.
See http://0xc0.de/LibComponentLogging#Installation for more information about installing and configuring LibComponentLogging.
The Git repository contains the following branches:
master: The master branch contains stable builds of the main logging code which are tagged with version numbers.
devel: The devel branch is the development branch for the logging code which contains an Xcode project and unit tests. The code in this branch is not stable.
The following Git repositories are related to this repository:
LibComponentLogging-LogFile: A file logging class which writes log messages to an application-specific log file.
LibComponentLogging-SystemLog: A logging class which sends log messages to the Apple System Log facility (ASL).
LibComponentLogging-NSLog: A very simple logger which redirects log messages to NSLog, but adds information about the log level, the log component, and the log statement's location (file name and line number).
LibComponentLogging-qlog: An extension which provides a set of quick logging macros.
LibComponentLogging-UserDefaults An extension which stores/restores log level settings to/from the user defaults.
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