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       log4c Directory Reference


       file appender.h
           Implement this interface for your own strategies for printing log statements.
       file appender_type_mmap.h
           Log4c mmap(2) appender interface.
       file appender_type_rollingfile.h
           Log4c rolling file appender interface.
       file appender_type_stream.h
           Log4c stream appender interface.
       file appender_type_stream2.h
           Log4c stream2 appender interface.
       file appender_type_syslog.h
           Log4c syslog(3) appender interface.
       file buffer.h
           log4c buffer
       file category.h
           central class in the log4c package.
       file init.h
           log4c constructors and destructors
       file layout.h
           Interface for user specific layout format of log4c_logging_event events.
       file layout_type_basic.h
           Implement a basic layout.
       file layout_type_basic_r.h
           Implement a basic_r layout.
       file layout_type_dated.h
           Implement a dated layout.
       file layout_type_dated_local.h
           Implement a dated layout with local time.
       file layout_type_dated_local_r.h
           Implement a dated layout (reentrant) with local time.
       file layout_type_dated_r.h
           Implement a dated_r layout.
       file location_info.h
           The internal representation of caller location information.
       file logging_event.h
           the internal representation of logging events.
       file priority.h
           The priority class provides importance levels with which one can categorize log
       file rc.h
           log4c resource configuration
       file rollingpolicy.h
           Log4c rolling policy interface. Defines the interface for managing and providing
           rolling policies.
       file rollingpolicy_type_sizewin.h
           Log4c rolling file size-win interface. Log4c ships with (and defaults to) the classic
           size-window rollover policy: this triggers rollover when files reach a maximum size.
           The first file in the list is always the current file; when a rollover event occurs
           files are shifted up by one position in the list--if the number of files in the list
           has already reached the max then the oldest file is rotated out of the window.
       file version.h
           log4c version information