Log::ger::Plugin::OptAway - Optimize away log statements
use Log::ger::Plugin->set('OptAway'); use Log::ger;
To demonstrate the effect of optimizing away:
% perl -MLog::ger -MO=Deparse -e'log_warn "foo\n"; log_debug "bar\n"' log_warn("foo\n"); log_debug("bar\n"); -e syntax OK % perl -MLog::ger::Plugin=OptAway -MLog::ger -MO=Deparse -e'log_warn "foo\n"; log_debug "bar\n"' log_warn("foo\n"); '???'; -e syntax OK
To optimize away all levels:
use Log::ger::Plugin 'OptAway', all=>1;
This plugin replaces logging statements that are higher than the current level (
$Log::ger::Current_Level) into a no-op statement using B::CallChecker magic at compile-time. The logging statements will become no-op and will have zero run-time overhead.
By default, since
$Current_Level is pre-set at 30 (warn) then
log_trace() calls will be turned into no-op.
If the configuration "all" is set to true, however, logger routines for all levels will be turned into no-op.
must be done at compile-time
only works when you are using procedural style
once optimized away, subsequent logger reinitialization at run-time won't take effect
Boolean. If set to true, will optimize away all levels, including multi-level logger routines. This is an easy way to disable all logging.
By default, only levels above the current level (
$Log::ger::Current_level) will be optimized away.
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