Rails logger: how to access it in a my own class

Hey Guys,

The only way I could find to access the Rails logger object was to
subclass from ApplicationController… can anyone suggest a more
sensible way of doing it?

Soroe.

Sonny C. wrote:

Hey Guys,

The only way I could find to access the Rails logger object was to
subclass from ApplicationController… can anyone suggest a more
sensible way of doing it?

def logger
RAILS_DEFAULT_LOGGER
end

Cheers,
Bragi

On Sun, Aug 06, 2006 at 09:54:43AM +0200, Sonny C. wrote:

The only way I could find to access the Rails logger object was to
subclass from ApplicationController… can anyone suggest a more
sensible way of doing it?

I usually just use RAILS_DEFAULT_LOGGER, but I’m not sure if that’s
quite
the Officially Sanctioned way of doing it.

  • Matt


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