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partially added verbosity support

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milang 2 years ago
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  1. 34
      liblog.c
  2. 98
      liblog.h

34
liblog.c

@ -9,18 +9,15 @@
#include <gint/timer.h>
#ifdef FX9860G
static int number_max_messages=4096; // Ram 4Ko
#define MAX_LENGHT 22
#define WIDTH 8
#endif
#ifdef FXCG50
#ifdef FXCG50
static int number_max_messages=10000; // Ram 10 Ko
#define MAX_LENGHT 132
#define WIDTH 17
#endif
typedef struct log_line log_line;
@ -36,19 +33,16 @@ typedef struct log_line
static log_line first_line=
{
0,
"<top>",
"Log beginning:",
0,
0
};
static log_line* current_line=&first_line;
/// Change the following line to custom ram weight
// 1Ko max
static log_line* current_line=&first_line;
static int number_messages=0;
static int state=1;
static log_level_t priority=LOG_INFO;
static log_line* cut_line()
{
@ -83,14 +77,20 @@ void ll_set_size(int s)
int ll_get_size();
void ll_set_state(int s)
void ll_set_state(log_state_t s)
{
state = s;
if (s==LOG_DISABLE)
priority=LOG_QUIET;
if (s==LOG_ENABLE)
priority=LOG_INFO;
}
int ll_get_state()
{
return state;
if (priority=LOG_QUIET)
return 0;
else
return 1;
}
@ -184,7 +184,7 @@ static void append_character(char c)
// log something
void ll_send(const char * txt)
{
if (state)
if (priority!=LOG_QUIET)
{
char c=1;
int i=0;
@ -197,6 +197,12 @@ void ll_send(const char * txt)
}
}
void ll_sendp(char const *s , log_level_t l)
{
if (l>=priority)
ll_send(s);
}
static void show_line(const log_line* l, int y)
{
dtext(1, y, &l->text[0], C_BLACK, C_NONE);

98
liblog.h

@ -1,31 +1,91 @@
#ifndef LLOG
#define LLOG
// Enables or disable the log state
// It increases performances and then you can choose to enable && disable logging during execution
// s==1 => enabled
// s==0 => disabled
void ll_set_state(int s);
/** Liblog Commands Table
State [deprecated, see "Log level"]
Verbosity
Editing
Advanced behaviour
*/
// With this function you can copy the state somewhere, and restore it after modifications
int ll_get_state();
// Display a message in the log stream
// you can add \n to start an new line ^^
void ll_send(const char * txt);
// Put the 8 last lines of the stream
void ll_display();
// Enable log displaying on panic
void ll_set_panic();
/*** [deprecated] Log state
-> using "Log level" is recommended
Enables or disable the log state
It increases performances and then you can choose to enable|disable logging during execution */
typedef enum {LOG_ENABLE=0,LOG_DISABLE=1} log_state_t;
// Display log, enable scrolling, and waits the user to press Exit
void ll_pause();
/* ll_set_state(log_state_t):
sets log state */
void ll_set_state(log_state_t);
// Clear log
void ll_clear();
/* ll_get_state():
return log state */
log_state_t ll_get_state(void);
void ll_set_lenght();
/*** Log level:
Customs verbosities for the log stream ->messages have custom levels
Default value is LEVEL_INFO */
typedef enum {LEVEL_BLABLA, LEVEL_INFO, LEVEL_WARNING, LEVEL_CRITICAL, LEVEL_FATAL, LEVEL_MAX, LEVEL_QUIET} log_level_t;
/* ll_set_level(log_level_t):
sets log verbosity */
void ll_set_level(log_level_t);
/* ll_get_level():
return log level */
log_level_t ll_set_level(void);
/*** Log editing
Use the following functions to send messages
These commands does support '\n' */
/* ll_send(char const *)[deprecated]:
Print text
This function sends the message with a maximal priority
It will be ignored only if the log is disabled or set to quiet (same thing) */
void ll_send(char const *);
/* ll_sendp(char const *, log_level_t):
Print text
This function sends the message with a custom priority
Note: A message sent with `LEVEL_QUIET` counts as a `LEVEL_MAX` log */
void ll_sendp(char const *, log_level_t);
/* ll_clear():
Reset log */
void ll_clear(void);
/*** Log displaying
Here are different functions to display a log
There are both in fullscreen */
/* ll_display():
One frame displaying
It shows the last lines of the log, without scrolling ability */
void ll_display(void);
/* ll_pause():
Display log, enable scrolling with arrows, and waits the user to press Exit */
void ll_pause(void);
/*** Advanced behaviour
This funciont sets the behaviour when an exception occurs
*/
void ll_set_panic(void);
#endif

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