15.3.3. Log

class eprosima::fastdds::dds::Log

Logging utilities. Logging is accessed through the three macros above, and configuration on the log output can be achieved through static methods on the class. Logging at various levels can be disabled dynamically (through the Verbosity level) or statically (through the LOG_NO_[VERB] macros) for maximum performance.

Public Types

enum Kind

Types of log entry.

  • Error: Maximum priority. Can only be disabled statically through LOG_NO_ERROR.

  • Warning: Medium priority. Can be disabled statically and dynamically.

  • Info: Low priority. Useful for debugging. Disabled by default on release branches.


enumerator Error
enumerator Warning
enumerator Info

Public Static Functions

void RegisterConsumer(std::unique_ptr<LogConsumer> &&consumer)

Registers an user defined consumer to route log output. There is a default stdout consumer active as default.

  • consumer: r-value to a consumer unique_ptr. It will be invalidated after the call.

void ClearConsumers()

Removes all registered consumers, including the default stdout.

void ReportFilenames(bool)

Enables the reporting of filenames in log entries. Disabled by default.

void ReportFunctions(bool)

Enables the reporting of function names in log entries. Enabled by default when supported.

void SetVerbosity(Log::Kind)

Sets the verbosity level, allowing for messages equal or under that priority to be logged.

Log::Kind GetVerbosity()

Returns the current verbosity level.

void SetCategoryFilter(const std::regex&)

Sets a filter that will pattern-match against log categories, dropping any unmatched categories.

void SetFilenameFilter(const std::regex&)

Sets a filter that will pattern-match against filenames, dropping any unmatched categories.

void SetErrorStringFilter(const std::regex&)

Sets a filter that will pattern-match against the provided error string, dropping any unmatched categories.

void Reset()

Returns the logging engine to configuration defaults.

void Flush()

Waits until no more log info is availabel.

void KillThread()

Stops the logging thread. It will re-launch on the next call to a successful log macro.

void QueueLog(const std::string &message, const Log::Context&, Log::Kind)

Not recommended to call this method directly! Use the following macros:

struct Context
struct Entry