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+/*
+ Copyright (c) 2010 Boris Moiseev (cyberbobs at gmail dot com)
+
+ This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License version 2.1
+ as published by the Free Software Foundation and appearing in the file
+ LICENSE.LGPL included in the packaging of this file.
+
+ This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+ but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+ MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+ GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.
+*/
+// Local
+#include "AbstractAppender.h"
+
+// Qt
+#include <QMutexLocker>
+
+
+/**
+ * \class AbstractAppender
+ *
+ * \brief The AbstractAppender class provides an abstract base class for writing a log entries.
+ *
+ * The AbstractAppender class is the base interface class for all log appenders that could be used with Logger.
+ *
+ * AbstractAppender provides a common implementation for the thread safe, mutex-protected logging of application
+ * messages, such as ConsoleAppender, FileAppender or something else. AbstractAppender is abstract and can not be
+ * instantiated, but you can use any of its subclasses or create a custom log appender at your choice.
+ *
+ * Appenders are the logical devices that is aimed to be attached to Logger object by calling
+ * Logger::registerAppender(). On each log record call from the application Logger object sequentially calls write()
+ * function on all the appenders registered in it.
+ *
+ * You can subclass AbstractAppender to implement a logging target of any kind you like. It may be the external logging
+ * subsystem (for example, syslog in *nix), XML file, SQL database entries, D-Bus messages or anything else you can
+ * imagine.
+ *
+ * For the simple non-structured plain text logging (for example, to a plain text file or to the console output) you may
+ * like to subclass the AbstractStringAppender instead of AbstractAppender, which will give you a more convinient way to
+ * control the format of the log output.
+ *
+ * \sa AbstractStringAppender
+ * \sa Logger::registerAppender()
+ */
+
+
+//! Constructs a AbstractAppender object.
+AbstractAppender::AbstractAppender()
+ : m_detailsLevel(Logger::Debug)
+{}
+
+
+//! Destructs the AbstractAppender object.
+AbstractAppender::~AbstractAppender()
+{}
+
+
+//! Returns the current details level of appender.
+/**
+ * Log records with a log level lower than a current detailsLevel() will be silently ignored by appender and would not
+ * be sent to its append() function.
+ *
+ * It provides additional logging flexibility, allowing you to set the different severity levels for different types
+ * of logs.
+ *
+ * \note This function is thread safe.
+ *
+ * \sa setDetailsLevel()
+ * \sa Logger::LogLevel
+ */
+Logger::LogLevel AbstractAppender::detailsLevel() const
+{
+ QMutexLocker locker(&m_detailsLevelMutex);
+ return m_detailsLevel;
+}
+
+
+//! Sets the current details level of appender.
+/**
+ * Default details level is Logger::Debug
+ *
+ * \note This function is thread safe.
+ *
+ * \sa detailsLevel()
+ * \sa Logger::LogLevel
+ */
+void AbstractAppender::setDetailsLevel(Logger::LogLevel level)
+{
+ QMutexLocker locker(&m_detailsLevelMutex);
+ m_detailsLevel = level;
+}
+
+
+
+//! Sets the current details level of appender
+/**
+ * This function is provided for convenience, it behaves like an above function.
+ *
+ * \sa detailsLevel()
+ * \sa Logger::LogLevel
+ */
+void AbstractAppender::setDetailsLevel(const QString& level)
+{
+ setDetailsLevel(Logger::levelFromString(level));
+}
+
+
+//! Tries to write the log record to this logger
+/**
+ * This is the function called by Logger object to write a log message to the appender.
+ *
+ * \note This function is thread safe.
+ *
+ * \sa Logger::write()
+ * \sa detailsLevel()
+ */
+void AbstractAppender::write(const QDateTime& timeStamp, Logger::LogLevel logLevel, const char* file, int line,
+ const char* function, const QString& category, const QString& message)
+{
+ if (logLevel >= detailsLevel())
+ {
+ QMutexLocker locker(&m_writeMutex);
+ append(timeStamp, logLevel, file, line, function, category, message);
+ }
+}
+
+
+/**
+ * \fn virtual void AbstractAppender::append(const QDateTime& timeStamp, Logger::LogLevel logLevel, const char* file,
+ * int line, const char* function, const QString& message)
+ *
+ * \brief Writes the log record to the logger instance
+ *
+ * This function is called every time when user tries to write a message to this AbstractAppender instance using
+ * the write() function. Write function works as proxy and transfers only the messages with log level more or equal
+ * to the current logLevel().
+ *
+ * Overload this function when you are implementing a custom appender.
+ *
+ * \note This function is not needed to be thread safe because it is never called directly by Logger object. The
+ * write() function works as a proxy and protects this function from concurrent access.
+ *
+ * \sa Logger::write()
+ */
+