Logging

Functions for logging and getting log data.

#include <util/base.h>

Logging Levels

LOG_ERROR = 100

Use if there’s a problem that can potentially affect the program, but isn’t enough to require termination of the program.

Use in creation functions and core subsystem functions. Places that should definitely not fail.

LOG_WARNING = 200

Use if a problem occurs that doesn’t affect the program and is recoverable.

Use in places where failure isn’t entirely unexpected, and can be handled safely.

LOG_INFO = 300

Informative message to be displayed in the log.

LOG_DEBUG = 400

Debug message to be used mostly by and for developers.

Logging Functions

typedef void (*log_handler_t)(int lvl, const char *msg, va_list args, void *p)

Logging callback.


void base_set_log_handler(log_handler_t handler, void *param)
void base_get_log_handler(log_handler_t *handler, void **param)

Sets/gets the current log handler.


void base_set_crash_handler(void (*handler)(const char *, va_list, void *), void *param)

Sets the current crash handler.


void blogva(int log_level, const char *format, va_list args)

Logging function (using a va_list).


void blog(int log_level, const char *format, ...)

Logging function.


void bcrash(const char *format, ...)

Crash function.