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g2log: An efficient asynchronous logger using C++11

, 19 Mar 2014 Public Domain
Don't let slow disk access bog your logger down. By using the g2log asynchronous logger you will remove the wait bottlenecks while it has the reliability of a *traditional* logging library.

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