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NAME

       Dancer2::Core::Role::Logger - Role for logger engines

VERSION

       version 0.207000

DESCRIPTION

       Any class that consumes this role will be able to implement to write log messages.

       In order to implement this role, the consumer must implement the "log" method. This method
       will receives as argument the "level" and the "message".

ATTRIBUTES

   auto_encoding_charset
       Charset to use when writing a message.

   app_name
       Name of the application. Can be used in the message.

   log_format
       This is a format string (or a preset name) to specify the log format.

       The possible values are:

       %h  host emitting the request

       %t  date (local timezone, formatted like %d/%b/%Y %H:%M:%S)

       %T  date (local timezone, formatted like %Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S)

       %u  date (UTC timezone, formatted like %d/%b/%Y %H:%M:%S)

       %U  date (UTC timezone, formatted like %Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S)

       %P  PID

       %L  log level

       %D  timer

       %m  message

       %f  file name that emit the message

       %l  line from the file

       %i  request ID

       %{$fmt}t
           timer formatted with a valid time format

       %{header}h
           header value

   log_level
       Level to use by default.

METHODS

   core
       Log messages as core.

   debug
       Log messages as debug.

   info
       Log messages as info.

   warning
       Log messages as warning.

   error
       Log messages as error.

   format_message
       Provides a common message formatting.

CONFIGURATION

       The logger configuration variable tells Dancer2 which engine to use.

       You can change it either in your config.yml file:

           # logging to console
           logger: "console"

       The log format can also be configured, please see "log_format" in
       Dancer2::Core::Role::Logger for details.

AUTHOR

       Dancer Core Developers

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       This software is copyright (c) 2018 by Alexis Sukrieh.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as
       the Perl 5 programming language system itself.