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New log file is always created at app launch on simulator #464

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@benrobjoh benrobjoh commented Mar 1, 2015

When an app that is capable of running in the background runs on the simulator, the most recent log file is always archived, regardless of file size or age. A new log file is created on each app launch because NSFileProtectionKey is not present.

This pull request checks whether there is a value for NSFileProtectionKey in the log file's attributes. If there is no file protection value present, it will not force a new log file to be created.

…resent and not equal to NSFileProtectionCompleteUntilFirstUserAuthentication or NSFileProtectionNone
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@rivera-ernesto rivera-ernesto commented Mar 2, 2015


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New log file is always created at app launch on simulator
@rivera-ernesto rivera-ernesto merged commit 832ba04 into CocoaLumberjack:master Mar 2, 2015
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