Logging 0.6.3 (Feral Dust Bunny)

== Logging

 by Tim P.
 http://logging.rubyforge.org/
 the "Feral Dust Bunny" release

== Description

Logging is a flexible logging library for use in Ruby programs based
on the
design of Java’s log4j library. It features a hierarchical logging
system,
custom level names, multiple output destinations per log event, custom
formatting, and more.

== Changes

1 minor enhancement

  • YAML configuration now supports multiple keys – i.e. development
    or production or whatever

2 bug fixes

  • An extra e-mail was being pushed out when the e-mail
    appender was closed
  • Created an at_exit handler to close all appenders

== Install

sudo gem install logging

== Fun Fact

Apples, not caffeine, are more efficient at waking you up in the
morning.

== Post Script

Blessings,
TwP

hey tim!

Tim P. [2008-02-08 22:25]:

== Description

Logging is a flexible logging library for use in Ruby programs
based on the design of Java’s log4j library. It features a
hierarchical logging system, custom level names, multiple output
destinations per log event, custom formatting, and more.
looks great! i particularly like the ability to have different log
levels per appender :slight_smile: thanks for sharing.

cheers
jens

What’s better/different than in log4r?
*t

On Sat, 9 Feb 2008, Tim P. wrote:

custom level names, multiple output destinations per log event, custom
appender was closed
== Post Script

Blessings,
TwP

Thanks!
*t

On Sat, 9 Feb 2008, Tim P. wrote:

  • Logging is a wee bit faster than Log4r
  • Logging supports the concatenation operator (if you just want unformatted
    messages in your log files)

Blessings
TwP

On Feb 8, 2008, at 4:12 PM, Tomas P.'s Mailing L. wrote:

What’s better/different than in log4r?

  • Logging is being maintained and currently under development.
  • 95% test coverage
  • Rolling log file works properly with multiple processes logging to
    the same file
  • A Growl appender for those on the Mac platform
  • Provides a logger that works just like the Ruby logger
    (Logging.logger)
  • Logging is a wee bit faster than Log4r
  • Logging supports the concatenation operator (if you just want
    unformatted messages in your log files)

Blessings
TwP

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