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/* spdlog - an extremely fast and easy to use c++11 logging library.     */
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#pragma once

#include <string>
#include <initializer_list>
#include <chrono>
#include <memory>

//visual studio does not support noexcept yet
#ifndef _MSC_VER
#define SPDLOG_NOEXCEPT noexcept
#else
#define SPDLOG_NOEXCEPT throw()
#endif

// under linux, you can use the much faster CLOCK_REALTIME_COARSE clock.
// this clock is less accurate - can be off by few millis - depending on the kernel HZ
// uncomment to use it instead of the regular (and slower) clock

//#ifdef __linux__
//#define SPDLOG_CLOCK_COARSE
//#endif

namespace spdlog
{

class formatter;

namespace sinks
{
class sink;
}

// Common types across the lib
using log_clock = std::chrono::system_clock;
using sink_ptr = std::shared_ptr < sinks::sink > ;
using sinks_init_list = std::initializer_list < sink_ptr > ;
using formatter_ptr = std::shared_ptr<spdlog::formatter>;

//Log level enum
namespace level
{
typedef enum
{
    trace    = 0,
    debug    = 1,
    info     = 2,
    notice   = 3,
    warn     = 4,
    err      = 5,
    critical = 6,
    alert    = 7,
    emerg    = 8,
    off      = 9
} level_enum;

static const char* level_names[] { "trace", "debug", "info", "notice", "warning", "error", "critical", "alert", "emerg", "off"};

static const char* short_level_names[] { "T", "D", "I", "N", "W", "E", "C", "A", "M", "O"};

inline const char* to_str(spdlog::level::level_enum l)
{
    return level_names[l];
}

inline const char* to_short_str(spdlog::level::level_enum l)
{
    return short_level_names[l];
}
} //level


//
// Async overflow policy - block by default.
//
enum class async_overflow_policy
{
    block_retry, // Block / yield / sleep until message can be enqueued
    discard_log_msg // Discard the message it enqueue fails
};


//
// Log exception
//
class spdlog_ex : public std::exception
{
public:
    spdlog_ex(const std::string& msg) :_msg(msg) {}
    const char* what() const SPDLOG_NOEXCEPT override
    {
        return _msg.c_str();
    }
private:
    std::string _msg;

};

} //spdlog