TINMAN 3D / REALTIME TERRAIN
Software Development Kit - User Manual

enum LogVerbosity in Tinman.Core.Logging

Enumeration of log verbosity levels.

enum LogVerbosity  

Remarks

Higher ordinal numbers mean than more messages are output.

Items

Min = 0

The minimum log verbosity level.

Fatal = 0

A fatal error has occurred.

Remarks:

The application cannot continue execution after a fatal error has occurred.

Error = 1

An error has occurred.

Remarks:

The applications proper function is limited due to the error that has occurred, but it can continue execution.

Warning = 2

A potential error has occurred.

Remarks:

The application has encountered a situation which might cause errors, but it can continue execution without limitations.

Common = 3

The application reports status messages about its normal operation.

Remarks:

Log messages of this severity should be rare and concise. They should represent what the application is doing on a coarse-grained level.

Info = 4

The application reports additional information messages about its normal operation.

Remarks:

Log messages of this severity should represent what the application is doing on a fine-grained level.

Debug = 5

The application emits debug information messages.

Remarks:

Log messages of this severity should provide technical information about the applications execution for assisting developers in finding and fixing bugs.

Trace = 6

The application emits detailed trace information messages about its execution paths.

Remarks:

Log messages of this severity provide provide information about which execution paths are used by the running application. They are used solely by developers to fix nasty bugs.

Max = 6

The maximum log verbosity level.