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// Copyright 2022 The Abseil Authors.
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// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// File: log/absl_vlog_is_on.h
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// This header defines the `ABSL_VLOG_IS_ON()` macro that controls the
// variable-verbosity conditional logging.
// It's used by `VLOG` in log.h, or it can also be used directly like this:
// if (ABSL_VLOG_IS_ON(2)) {
// foo_server.RecomputeStatisticsExpensive();
// LOG(INFO) << foo_server.LastStatisticsAsString();
// }
// Each source file has an effective verbosity level that's a non-negative
// integer computed from the `--vmodule` and `--v` flags.
// `ABSL_VLOG_IS_ON(n)` is true, and `VLOG(n)` logs, if that effective verbosity
// level is greater than or equal to `n`.
// `--vmodule` takes a comma-delimited list of key=value pairs. Each key is a
// pattern matched against filenames, and the values give the effective severity
// level applied to matching files. '?' and '*' characters in patterns are
// interpreted as single-character and zero-or-more-character wildcards.
// Patterns including a slash character are matched against full pathnames,
// while those without are matched against basenames only. One suffix (i.e. the
// last . and everything after it) is stripped from each filename prior to
// matching, as is the special suffix "-inl".
// Files are matched against globs in `--vmodule` in order, and the first match
// determines the verbosity level.
// Files which do not match any pattern in `--vmodule` use the value of `--v` as
// their effective verbosity level. The default is 0.
// SetVLOGLevel helper function is provided to do limited dynamic control over
// V-logging by appending to `--vmodule`. Because these go at the beginning of
// the list, they take priority over any globs previously added.
// Resetting --vmodule will override all previous modifications to `--vmodule`,
// including via SetVLOGLevel.
#include "absl/base/attributes.h"
#include "absl/base/config.h"
#include "absl/log/internal/vlog_config.h" // IWYU pragma: export
#include "absl/strings/string_view.h"
// IWYU pragma: private, include "absl/log/log.h"
// This is expanded at the callsite to allow the compiler to optimize
// always-false cases out of the build.
// An ABSL_MAX_VLOG_VERBOSITY of 2 means that VLOG(3) and above should never
// log.
// Each ABSL_VLOG_IS_ON call site gets its own VLogSite that registers with the
// global linked list of sites to asynchronously update its verbosity level on
// changes to --v or --vmodule. The verbosity can also be set by manually
// calling SetVLOGLevel.
// ABSL_VLOG_IS_ON is not async signal safe, but it is guaranteed not to
// allocate new memory.
#define ABSL_VLOG_IS_ON(verbose_level) \
->::absl::log_internal::VLogSite * \
{ \
ABSL_CONST_INIT static ::absl::log_internal::VLogSite site(__FILE__); \
return &site; \
}() \