Copyright (C) 1994, Digital Equipment Corporation           
 All rights reserved.                                        
 See the file COPYRIGHT for a full description.              
 Created by Carsten Weich                                    
 Last modified on Thu Jan 19 12:16:31 PST 1995 by kalsow     
      modified on Tue Sep 27 18:30:00 PDT 1994 by weich      

This is for mere debugging purposes: Do some printout so that one can see what the program is doing.

There are several levels of logging: Everything with a less or lower lev- parameter than the global 'level'-variable will be printed. Use 'Log.level:= 0' to switch off logging


PROCEDURE InProc(name: TEXT; lev:= 1);
  (* Write out something to indicate that program is in procedure 'name'
     the following output will be intendet by a few spaces (so use Nl()!) *)

PROCEDURE ExitProc(comment: TEXT:= ""; lev:= 1);
  (* This is merely to end the indentation started by 'InProc'. 'comment'
     will be printed out (perhaps to specify the exit point if the procedure
     has several RETURN-statements) *)

PROCEDURE PutText(t: TEXT; lev:= 1);
  (* Write out a text string *)

PROCEDURE PutInt(i: INTEGER; lev:= 1);
  (* Write out an integer *)

PROCEDURE Nl(lev:= 1);
  (* Make a newline on output *)

PROCEDURE Separate(lev:= 1);
  (* Write out some space or horizontal line *)

VAR crash:= 0;
set to a number to crash at a certain point in the program
  PROCEDURE CrashPoint(nr: INTEGER);
Halts the program (uses Unix.exit) if nr=crash.

  level:= 1;           (* default is to do logging *)
  linestart:= "> ";    (* every logging line will start with this characters
			  in order to distiguish logging information from
			  program output *)
END Log.