#include <cafe/os/OSSystemLog.h> void OSLogArgs(u32 category, u32 level, u32 options, u32 seqByte,u32 arg0, u32 arg1, u32 arg2, u32 arg3);
|category||This argument identifies the category to which the logged event belongs. For more information, see Logging Overview.|
|level||Level at which event is logged. For more information, see Logging Overview.|
|options||Bitmap of options providing metadata about the information being
logged. Valid option masks include:
|seqByte||Sequence byte associated with the logged event. When one wants to trace specific sections of executed logic it can be helpful to repeat the same event, varying only a sequence number. Only the least significant 8-bits of this unsigned argument are valid at this time.|
|arg0||The first of four argument words. When
|arg1||The second of four argument words.|
|arg2||The third of four argument words.|
|arg3||The fourth and final argument word.|
Logs four user-specified argument words. arg0 has special meaning
OS_LOG_DATA_OPT_KEY_ARG_MASK option is applied. This function is
guaranteed to consume the least amount of memory in the log, since it submits a limited amount of data.
2015/03/11 Various style fixes.
2013/05/08 Automated cleanup pass.
2012/08/02 Cleanup Pass.
2012/05/23 Initial version.