Log::Dispatch::CronoDir - Log dispatcher for logging to time-based directories
use Log::Dispatch::CronoDir; my $log = Log::Dispatch::CronoDir->new( dirname_pattern => '/var/log/%Y/%m/%d', permissions => 0777, filename => 'output.log', mode => '>>:unix', binmode => ':utf8', autoflush => 1, ); # Write log to file `/var/log/2000/01/01/output.log` $log->log(level => 'error', message => 'Something has happened');
Log::Dispatch::CronoDir is a file log dispatcher with time-based directory management.
Creates an instance. Accepted hash keys are:
- dirname_pattern => Str
Directory name pattern where log files to be written to. POSIX strftime's conversion characters
%dare currently accepted.
- permissions => Octal
Directory permissions when specified directory does not exist. Optional. When not specified, creating directory's permissions are based on current umask.
Note that this won't work on Windows OS.
- filename => Str
Log file name to be written in the directory.
- mode => Str
Mode to be used when opening a file handle. Default: ">>"
- binmode => Str
Binmode to specify with
binmode. Optional. Default: None
- autoflush => Bool
Enable or disable autoflush. Default: 1
Writes log to file.
Copyright (C) yowcow.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.