FWIW, programming with evts is lots of fun. When I first encountered
it, it blew me away the kinds of things that went from very hard to
easy and enjoyable to program up.
On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 9:14 AM, Alexander McLin <alex.mc...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks all for your inputs.
> I tried `with-intercepted-logged` before though it didn't solve all of my
> issues, though as Robby mentioned, my code probably isn't accurately
> capturing all of the start and exit nuances my need reflect, I'll need to
> think more about the big picture to do a better job of capturing it.
> gneuner2, I think your idea combined with either `with-intercepted-logged`
> or `with-logging-to-port` will go a long way towards solving my problem. I'm
> unsure by what is meant by "shutting down the logger" I'm guessing you mean
> associating a will with the logger so when the thread is killed or the
> custodian is shutdown, the will will execute and handle the final log
> cleanup? I guess using Robby's suggestion of using a channel to communicate
> start-up/exit states to a logging subsystem would help in that respect too.
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