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nuclear123

Member Since 05 Feb 2010
Offline Last Active Oct 05 2012 02:28 PM

#4914393 How to check version of my own software?

Posted by nuclear123 on 18 February 2012 - 07:47 PM

im wanting to create a loader for my program where the client can login and it will tell them if their version of my software is outdated. could anyone offer any methods i can use to figure out/ store the version of my software so i can compare it to the latest version from my database?


#4785437 Log Class **advice**

Posted by nuclear123 on 13 March 2011 - 08:29 PM

im wanting to make a class called Log. with the template as follows




class Log

{

private:

std::ofstream outputFile;

SYSTEMTIME systemTimeBuffer;

public:

Log( std::wstring error1 );

Log( std::wstring error1, std::wstring error2 );

Log( std::wstring error1, std::wstring error2, std::wstring error3 );

Log( std::wstring error1, std::wstring error2, std::wstring error3,....... );

.........

........

~ Log();

}




here is my problem...i have a custom exception class with the decleration below

class InvalidArgumentException : public std::exception
{
private:
std::wstring m_message;
std::wstring m_argumentName;
std::wstring m_otherInfo;
public:
InvalidArgumentException( const std::wstring& argumentName );
virtual std::wstring what();
std::wstring getOtherInfo();
};


i have 2 functions that return strings.... what() and getOtherInfo()...obviously i could make my log class except 2 std::wstrings and implement it like that....but then the class MUST EXCEPT 2 strings...what if i or another user wants to use my log class later on and it only has 1 string i need to record info on? say if i or another user wants to use this log class in another program and my/their custom exception returns 3 strings....then they have to edit my class to accomodate for accepting more strings in the constructor. My question is how can i implement it so my log class will except any # of strings and be able to log the info accordingly in a .txt file? is this even possible? i guess im asking is it possible to have a variable number of arguments? or does anyone have any ideas to achieve what im trying to achieve?i dont wanna have to destroy and recreate the object each time i wanna insert a string in my file....plus it will keep printing the time for each time i open then log object! -thx for any advice


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