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NAME

Log::ger::App - An easy way to use Log::ger in applications

VERSION

version 0.005

SYNOPSIS

In your script:

 use Log::ger::App;
 use Your::App::Module; # your module which uses Log::ger to do its logging

If you also do logging in your script:

 use Log::ger::App;
 use Log::ger;

 log_warn("Some log ...");

DESCRIPTION

This module basically loads Log::ger::Output::Composite with some sensible defaults and allows customizing some aspects via environment variable.

Outputs:

 Code                            Screen  File                   Syslog
 ------------------------------  ------  ----                   ------
 One-liner (-e)                  y       -                      -
 Script running as normal user   y       ~/PROGNAME.log         -
 Script running as root          y       /var/log/PROGNAME.log  -
 Daemon                          -       /var/log/PROGNAME.log  y

General log level: the default is warn (like Log::ger's default). You can set it from environment using LOG_LEVEL (e.g. LOG_LEVEL=trace to set level to trace or LOG_LEVEL=0 to turn off logging). Alternatively, you can set to trace using TRACE=1, or debug with DEBUG=1, info with VERBOSE=1, error with QUIET=1.

Per-output level: the default is to use general level, but you can set a different level using OUTPUT_NAME_{LOG_LEVEL|TRACE|DEBUG|VERBOSE|QUIET} variables. For example, SCREEN_DEBUG=1 to set screen level to debug or FILE_LOG_LEVEL=off to turn off file logging.

FUNCTIONS

$pkg->import(%args)

Arguments:

  • level => str|num

    Explicitly set level. Otherwise, the default will be taken from environment variable like described previously in "DESCRIPTION".

  • name => str

    Explicitly set program name. Otherwise, default will be taken from $0 (after path and '.pl' suffix is removed) or set to prog.

  • daemon => bool

    Explicitly tell Log::ger::App that your application is a daemon or not. Otherwise, Log::ger::App will try some heuristics to guess whether your application is a daemon: from the value of $main::IS_DAEMON and from the presence of modules like HTTP::Daemon, Proc::Daemon, etc.

  • outputs => hash

    Specify extra outputs. Will be passed to Log::ger::Output::Composite configuration.

ENVIRONMENT

LOG_LEVEL => str

Can be set to off or numeric/string log level.

TRACE => bool

DEBUG => bool

VERBOSE => bool

QUIET => bool

SCREEN_LOG_LEVEL

SCREEN_TRACE

SCREEN_DEBUG

SCREEN_VERBOSE

SCREEN_QUIET

FILE_LOG_LEVEL

FILE_TRACE

FILE_DEBUG

FILE_VERBOSE

FILE_QUIET

SYSLOG_LOG_LEVEL

SYSLOG_TRACE

SYSLOG_DEBUG

SYSLOG_VERBOSE

SYSLOG_QUIET

SEE ALSO

Log::ger

AUTHOR

perlancar <perlancar@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2018, 2017 by perlancar@cpan.org.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.