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ptr_Electron wrote:
I dont want to implement logging in the same project as it will hit performance.


I was involved in a C++ project years ago. Unix based. Performance was a contractual requirement.
The architect was sure that logging was a performance problem.

So we removed logging.
Absolute zero impact on performance.

And that was back when spewing stuff to a console (stdio) could impact performance.

If you have a performance problem then you need to address the requirements and design first before looking for problems in the implementation and technologies.

ptr_Electron wrote:
which has the mechanism to Log from C++ to C# code please


Every logging library that I have seen for at least the past 10 years if not longer uses pluggable designs. Which means if the plugs that are already available do not meet your needs then you can create your own. However at least when I looked some already supported remote logging plugs.
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