Log::Any::Adapter - Tell Log::Any where to send its logs River stage three • 145 direct dependents • 349 total dependents

Log::Any::Adapter connects log producers and log consumers. Its methods instantiate a logging adapter (a subclass of Log::Any::Adapter::Base) and route log messages from one or more categories to it....

PREACTION/Log-Any-1.707 - 02 Aug 2018 03:56:11 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::TAP - Logging adapter suitable for use in TAP testcases River stage two • 9 direct dependents • 10 total dependents

When running testcases, you probably want to see some of your logging output. One sensible approach is to have all "warn" and more serious messages emitted as "diag" output on STDERR, and less serious messages emitted as "note" comments on STDOUT. So...

NERDVANA/Log-Any-Adapter-TAP-0.003003 - 13 Feb 2016 02:25:56 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Carp - Simple adapter for logging via warnings River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This relatvely simple adapter for Log::Any is in many ways similar to the builtin Log::Any::Adapter::Stderr, but instead of writing messages directly to STDERR, it uses Perl's "warn" in perlfunc mechanism. This allows you to do things like generate s...

CBAIL/Log-Any-Adapter-Carp-1.03 - 06 Oct 2016 04:46:40 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Mojo River stage zero No dependents

This Log::Any adapter uses Mojo::Log for logging. Mojo::Log must be initialized before calling *set*. The parameter logger must be used to pass in the logging object....

HENRYYKT/Log-Any-Adapter-Mojo-0.06 - 25 Feb 2012 07:21:10 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Fille - Advanced adapter for logging to files River stage zero No dependents

Adapter "Log::Any::Adapter::Fille" is intended for logging messages to the file. Behavior of this adapter resembles simple built-in adapter behavior Log::Any::Adapter::File, but differs from it in several details. The "log_level" attribute may be set...

IVANYCH/Log-Any-Adapter-Fille-0.05 - 02 Jun 2015 15:43:45 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Redis - Simple adapter for logging to redis River stage zero No dependents

This simple Log::Any adapter logs (RPUSH) each message to the specified list in redis, with a datestamp prefix. This Approach is useful when you have several processes, maybe even running on different machines, and need a fast, central logging soluti...

MILA/Log-Any-Adapter-Redis-1.000 - 04 Oct 2015 09:05:44 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Dupstd - Cunning adapter for logging to a duplicate of STDOUT or STDERR River stage zero No dependents

Adapters Dupstd are intended to log messages into duplicates of standard descriptors STDOUT and STDERR. Logging into a duplicate of standard descriptor might be needed in special occasions when you need to redefine or even close standard descriptor b...

IVANYCH/Log-Any-Adapter-Dupstd-0.02 - 25 Sep 2015 09:51:39 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::LogGer - Send Log::Any logs to Log::ger River stage zero No dependents

PERLANCAR/Log-Any-Adapter-LogGer-0.003 - 25 Jun 2017 05:08:08 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Screen - Send logs to screen, with colors and some other features River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

This Log::Any adapter prints log messages to screen (STDERR/STDOUT). The messages are colored according to level (unless coloring is turned off). It has a few other features: allow passing formatter, allow setting level from some environment variable...

PERLANCAR/Log-Any-Adapter-Screen-0.13 - 04 Oct 2016 13:13:18 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Tickit - Simple adapter for Tickit logging from Log::Any River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

The "log_level" attribute may be set to define a minimum level to log....

TEAM/Tickit-Widget-LogAny-0.005 - 31 Dec 2016 13:09:19 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Apache2 - Log::Any adapter for Apache2::Log No river data available

This Log::Any adapter uses Apache2::Log for logging. There are no parameters. The logging level is specified in the Apache configuration file....

IVANYCH/Log-Any-Adapter-Apache2-0.02 - 20 Sep 2018 14:38:06 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Handler River stage zero No dependents

This is a Log::Any adapter for Log::Handler. Log::Handler should be initialized before calling "set", otherwise your log messages will end up nowhere. The Log::Handler object is passed via the "logger" parameter. Log levels are translated 1:1. Log::H...

GVL/Log-Any-Adapter-Handler-0.009 - 02 Jan 2015 08:59:55 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Journal - Adapter for Log::Any that outputs with a priority prefix that systemd's journal can parse River stage zero No dependents

When sending log messages to systemd's journal, the priority can be set by prefixing the message with the priority (as a number) in angled brackets. This adapter will format Log::Any messages to accomodate the systemd's log parser. By default, system...

MGRIMES/Log-Any-Adapter-Journal-0.13 - 03 May 2016 14:53:33 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::MojoLog - Log::Any integration for Mojo::Log River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

This Log::Any adapter uses Mojo::Log for logging. Mojo::Log must be initialized before calling *set*. The parameter logger must be used to pass in the logging object....

JBERGER/Log-Any-Adapter-MojoLog-0.04 - 21 Sep 2018 17:16:22 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Callback - Send Log::Any logs to a subroutine River stage two • 10 direct dependents • 10 total dependents

This adapter lets you specify callback subroutine to be called by Log::Any's logging methods (like $log->debug(), $log->error(), etc) and detection methods (like $log->is_warning(), $log->is_fatal(), etc.). This adapter is used for customized logging...

SHARYANTO/Log-Any-Adapter-Callback-0.09 - 15 Mar 2014 17:12:08 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Catalyst - Enable error and status logging in Catalyst Models via Log::Any River stage zero No dependents

This Log::Any adapter uses Catalyst::Log for logging. Catalyst::Log must be initialized before calling *set*, but Catalyst takes care of that for you. There are no parameters....

MGRIMES/Log-Any-Adapter-Catalyst-1.00 - 16 Aug 2014 14:01:46 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Dispatch - Adapter to use Log::Dispatch with Log::Any River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

This Log::Any adapter uses Log::Dispatch for logging. You may either pass parameters (like *outputs*) to be passed to "Log::Dispatch->new", or pass a "Log::Dispatch" object directly in the *dispatcher* parameter....

PREACTION/Log-Any-Adapter-Dispatch-0.08 - 25 Feb 2017 05:07:12 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Log4perl - Log::Any adapter for Log::Log4perl River stage two • 8 direct dependents • 77 total dependents

This Log::Any adapter uses Log::Log4perl for logging. log4perl must be initialized before calling *set*. There are no parameters....

PREACTION/Log-Any-Adapter-Log4perl-0.09 - 22 Apr 2018 11:41:52 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::FileHandle - A basic Log::Any::Adapter to forward messages to a filehandle River stage zero No dependents

This module is a basic adapter that will simply forward log messages to a filehandle, or any object that supports a 'print' method (IO::String, IO::Socket::INET, Plack's $env->{psgi.errors} object, etc). I've created it so that my scripts running und...

JASONJAYR/Log-Any-Adapter-FileHandle-0.010 - 07 Jan 2015 05:56:39 GMT - Search in distribution

Log::Any::Adapter::Daemontools - Logging adapter suitable for use in a Daemontools-style logging chain River stage zero No dependents

The measure of good software is low learning curve, low complexity, few dependencies, high efficiency, and high flexibility. (choose two. haha) In the daemontools way of thinking, a daemon writes all its logging output to "STDOUT" (or "STDERR"), whic...

NERDVANA/Log-Any-Adapter-Daemontools-0.101 - 11 Feb 2016 15:07:49 GMT - Search in distribution

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