# in MyApp.pm use Catalyst qw( Log::Log4perlSimple ); # in myapp.conf # note that this configuration is entirely optional. The block below is # indicating the default values for everything, so if they look okay to you, # just omit the configuration entirely. <Plugin Log::Log4perlSimple> # Set this to 0 or 1 to indicate if you would like Catalyst debugging output. catalyst_debug 0 # Set this to 0 or 1 to indicate if you would like Catalyst statistics output. catalyst_stats 0 # What is the lowest level of debugging information you would like output # by by Log4perl (trace, debug, info, or warn) log_level debug # Boolean to control if we want to log to screen screen 1 # Optional control specifying a filename to write log data to (comment this # out to disable writing to a file) #file /path/to/somefile.log </Plugin>
Provides a zero configuration alternative to Catalyst::Log.
Instantly gives you coloured terminal output and timestamps on your development server.
Provides a trivial mechanism for routing log messages to a file (configurable via your application's config file).
Martyn Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Implementation of the setup callback for Catalyst plugins. This is used to setup up the logging object.