Log::Any::Adapter::Stdout - Simple adapter for logging to STDOUT River stage three • 256 direct dependents • 805 total dependents

This simple built-in Log::Any adapter logs each message to STDOUT with a newline appended. Category is ignored. The "log_level" attribute may be set to define a minimum level to log....

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

Log::Any::Adapter - Tell Log::Any where to send its logs River stage three • 256 direct dependents • 805 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

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

Adapter Dupout are intended to log messages into duplicate of standard descriptor STDOUT. Logging into a duplicate of standard descriptor might be needed in special occasions when you need to redefine or even close standard descriptor but you want to...

IVANYCH/Log-Any-Adapter-Dupstd-0.04 - 07 Oct 2018 20:29:07 GMT

Poet::Log - Poet logging River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

Poet uses Log::Any and Log::Log4perl for logging, with simplified configuration for the common case. Log::Any is a logging abstraction that allows CPAN modules to log without knowing about which logging framework is in use. It supports standard loggi...

JSWARTZ/Poet-0.16 - 08 Jan 2015 06:48:58 GMT

Log::Any::App - An easy way to use Log::Any in applications River stage zero No dependents

IMPORTANT: Please read "ROAD TO 1.0" on some incompatibilities in the near future, before 1.0 is released. Log::Any::App is a convenient combo for Log::Any and Log::Log4perl (although alternative backends beside Log4perl might be considered in the fu...

PERLANCAR/Log-Any-App-0.540 - 09 Jan 2019 16:12:08 GMT

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-0.04 - 07 Oct 2018 20:29:07 GMT

Log::Any::Adapter::TAP - Logging adapter suitable for use in TAP testcases River stage two • 17 direct dependents • 48 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

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

Log::ger::Output::Screen - Output log to screen River stage three • 9 direct dependents • 360 total dependents

PERLANCAR/Log-ger-Output-Screen-0.008 - 23 Dec 2018 23:05:44 GMT

Log::Any::Adapter::Screen - Send logs to screen, with colors and some other features River stage one • 5 direct dependents • 6 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-0.140 - 23 Dec 2018 23:05:33 GMT

Log::Any::Adapter::Handler River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

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

Log::Any::Adapter::Multiplexor - Run any Log::Any:Adapter together River stage zero No dependents

Log::Any::Adapter::Multiplexor connects any Log::Any::Adapter to use together...

VRAG/Log-Any-Adapter-Multiplexor-0.03 - 04 May 2017 13:42:48 GMT

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-0.102 - 09 Feb 2019 03:47:15 GMT

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