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Date: 2010-12-21 (09:52)
From: Gregory Bellier <gregory.bellier@g...>
Subject: Logging

Until now, whenever I needed to log something, I used my own function
to log. From now on, I face new problems and I would like to use
syslog to get rid of my logging functions and use the proper unix
ones. However, from what I've seen, syslog logs in messages, user,...
but I can't log in a specific file like "my_project.log" unless I hack
in /etc/syslog.cnf (I don't recall the exact path).

How do you do in your projects ? I tried the following package:
libsyslog-ocaml-dev on Debian.

Thanks in advance for any inputs.