log4cpp::Priority man page

log4cpp::Priority — The Priority class provides importance levels with which one can categorize log messages.

Synopsis

#include <Priority.hh>

Public Types

enum PriorityLevel { EMERG = 0, FATAL = 0, ALERT = 100, CRIT = 200, ERROR = 300, WARN = 400, NOTICE = 500, INFO = 600, DEBUG = 700, NOTSET = 800 } Predefined Levels of Priorities. "

typedef int Value
The type of Priority Values.

Static Public Member Functions

static const std::string & getPriorityName (int priority) throw ()
Returns the name of the given priority value.
static Value getPriorityValue (const std::string &priorityName) throw (std::invalid_argument)
Returns the value of the given priority name.

Static Public Attributes

static const int MESSAGE_SIZE = 8

Detailed Description

The Priority class provides importance levels with which one can categorize log messages.

Member Typedef Documentation

typedef int log4cpp::Priority::Value

The type of Priority Values.

Member Enumeration Documentation

enum log4cpp::Priority::PriorityLevel

Predefined Levels of Priorities. These correspond to the priority levels used by syslog(3).

Enumerator

EMERG

FATAL

ALERT

CRIT

ERROR

WARN

NOTICE

INFO

DEBUG

NOTSET

Member Function Documentation

const std::string & log4cpp::Priority::getPriorityName (int priority) [static]

Returns the name of the given priority value. Currently, if the value is not one of the PriorityLevel values, the method returns the name of the largest priority smaller the given value.

Parameters:

priority the numeric value of the priority.

Returns:

a string representing the name of the priority.

Priority::Value log4cpp::Priority::getPriorityValue (const std::string & priorityName)std::invalid_argument [static]

Returns the value of the given priority name. This can be either one of EMERG ... NOTSET or a decimal string representation of the value, e.g. '700' for DEBUG.

Parameters:

priorityName the string containing the the of the priority

Returns:

the value corresponding with the priority name

Exceptions:

std::invalid_argument if the priorityName does not correspond with a known Priority name or a number

Member Data Documentation

const int log4cpp::Priority::MESSAGE_SIZE = 8 [static]

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