NAME

Log::ger::Plugin::Multisets - Create multiple sets of logger routines, each set with its own init arguments

VERSION

version 0.005

SYNOPSIS

Instead of having to resort to OO style to log to different categories:

 use Log::ger ();

 my $access_log = Log::ger->get_logger(category => 'access');
 my $error_log  = Log::ger->get_logger(category => 'error');

 $access_log->info ("goes to access log");
 $access_log->warn ("goes to access log");
 $error_log ->warn ("goes to error log");
 $error_log ->debug("goes to error log");
 ...

you can instead:

 use Log::ger::Plugin Multisets => (
     logger_sub_prefixes => {
         # prefix  => per-target conf
         log_      => {category=>'error' }, # or undef, to use the default init args (including category)
         access_   => {category=>'access'},
     },
     level_checker_sub_prefixes => {
         # prefix  => per-target conf
         is_        => {category=>'error' },
         access_is_ => {category=>'access'},
     },
 );
 use Log::ger;

 log_warn    "goes to error log";   # a logger sub for the 'error' category, using the "log_" prefix
 log_debug   "goes to error log";   # another
 access_info "goes to access log";  # a logger sub for the 'access' category, using the "access_" prefix
 access_warn "goes to access log";  # another
 if (is_debug()) { ... }            # a level checker sub for the 'error' category, using the "is_" prefix
 if (access_is_trace()) { ... }     # a level checker sub for the 'access' category, using the "access_is_" prefix

DESCRIPTION

This plugin lets you create multiple sets of logger subroutines, each set with its own init arguments. This can be used e.g. when you want to log to different categories without resorting to OO style.

CONFIGURATION

logger_sub_prefixes

Hash.

level_checker_sub_prefixes

Hash.

logger_method_prefixes

Hash.

level_checker_method_prefixes

Hash.

SEE ALSO

Log::ger

AUTHOR

perlancar <perlancar@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2022, 2020 by perlancar <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.