Classes are used by high level code in EurekaLog. Sometimes customizations of high level code is not enough. Luckily, EurekaLog 7 offers you a way to change almost anything. Low level points for customizations are presented by global variables of procedural types. These procedural variables are invoked by EurekaLog, and it points to EurekaLog code by default. You may write your own code and write pointer to it into these variables.
Note: these global variables are not documented and never will be. You can use them on your own risk.
Here is the list of available low-level customization possibilities:
|•||Almost all routines in EMemLeaks and EResLeaks units.|
There are some other points to override default handlers, but they are almost useless for customizations, since they are used for very specific EurekaLog's needs.
The most important thing about low level handlers is that the initialization order is important. It's highly not recommended to alter these variables during actual work of your application. You should modify handlers only during initialization/finalization process. It's also strictly recommended to save previous handler before installing your own handler and revert it back (uninstall) on finalization.
Build date: 2019-12-02
Last edited: 2018-06-14
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