This example demonstrates how to configure the PostSharp Logging aspect so that it prints its output to Loupe from Gibraltar.
Program.cs is the only interesting one file. The other classes are members of the
namespace and only simulate some business logic.
[assembly: Log] custom attribute in
Program.cs adds logging to the whole project. However, the
[Log(AttributeExclude = true)]
attribute on the
Program class prevents the
Program class itself from being logged. This is required because no logged
code is allowed before the logging service is initialized.
The first line of the
Program.Main method initializes PostSharp Logging. The method then executes the business code to produce some
output in the log.
Viewing the log
The application automatically opens an empty window of the Loupe Viewer. You should then see a Loupe desktop notification saying that a new session is available. Click on this notification to open the log, and ignore the empty window that first opened.