|Custom Debug Objects|
|void||libcwd::debug_ct::set_ostream (std::ostream *os)|
|Set output device (single threaded applications).Assign a new |
|std::ostream *||libcwd::debug_ct::get_ostream (void) const|
|Get the |
|template<class T >|
|void||libcwd::debug_ct::set_ostream (std::ostream *os, T *mutex)|
|Set output device and provide external lock.Assign a new |
Basically, a debug object (debug_ct ) is a pointer to an ostream with a few extra attributes added to give it an internal state for on (pass output on) and off (don't pass output on) as well as some formatting information of how to write the data that is passed on to its ostream.
The methods of debug_ct given here allow you to set or get this ostream (pointer).
|void libcwd::debug_ct::set_ostream||(||std::ostream *||os,|
Set output device and provide external lock.Assign a new
ostream to this debug object. The
ostream will only be written to after obtaining the lock that is passed as second argument. Each
ostream needs to have a unique lock. If the application also writes directly to the same
ostream then use the same lock.