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Highly recommended.

Logging is part of our life. Every non-toy program has some sort of logging, so that if something goes wrong, you'll at least have some idea why.

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At any given time you can have multiple filters, depending on the information you're monitoring. For example, imagine that you're developing a server application dealing with a database. You can monitor the usual activity +debug messages (one filter), logged on users (another filter), commands received from clients + answers sent back to them (another filter), database sql commands (another filter), debug + error messages (another filter), and who knows what else, sky's the limit!

Programmer Libs / JrDebug::WriteToFilename
« on: October 18, 2006, 05:41 PM »
Does JrDebug::WriteToFilename still exist in the latest release?

Thank you.

Programmer Libs / Zero Overhead
« on: March 09, 2006, 05:13 PM »
The following item is mentioned in the ToDo list:

  • test all code to make sure there is 0 overhead when debugging compiled out

Is this still an outstanding item? I'd be a lot happier knowing this had been thoroughly checked.

Thank you.

Programmer Libs / JrDebugLogger - Viewer Speed
« on: March 01, 2006, 05:15 PM »
I have noticed that DebugMonitorViewer really hogs the CPU when messages are output in quick succession. This is quite a common occurrence in my application and it is severely affecting performance. On these occasions Task Manager shows that the DebugMonitorViewer process uses 99% of the CPU leaving nothing left for the parent application. It seems that inserting the log rows into the viewer's internal database is just too slow. Even after I exit my application I can see log rows still being added to the viewer as it catches up with the requests.

I believe that there are two issues here. One is the basic speed of adding a row. There seems to be a lot of small memory allocations as rows are added. It would help if larger blocks of memory were allocated less frequently; perhaps that could be an option if you're concerned about reserving too much memory. The second issue is the priority of the viewer process. I think it should be as low as possible by default.

Speed aside, the usefulness of the viewer constantly surprises me and I sometimes wonder how I managed without it.

Thank you.

Programmer Libs / JrDebugLogger - Viewer Starts Off Screen
« on: March 01, 2006, 04:29 PM »
A very small bug.

The "Left" attribute in the JrDebugMonitorSettings1.ini file defaults to -1507 which causes the viewer to start off screen with no way of pulling it back. Changing the value to zero solves the problem.

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