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NAME

       Log::Message::Config - Configuration options for Log::Message

SYNOPSIS

           # This module is implicitly used by Log::Message to create a config
           # which it uses to log messages.
           # For the options you can pass, see the C<Log::Message new()> method.

           # Below is a sample of a config file you could use

           # comments are denoted by a single '#'
           # use a shared stack, or have a private instance?
           # if none provided, set to '0',
           private = 1

           # do not be verbose
           verbose = 0

           # default tag to set on new items
           # if none provided, set to 'NONE'
           tag = SOME TAG

           # default level to handle items
           # if none provided, set to 'log'
           level = carp

           # extra files to include
           # if none provided, no files are auto included
           include = mylib.pl
           include = ../my/other/lib.pl

           # automatically delete items
           # when you retrieve them from the stack?
           # if none provided, set to '0'
           remove = 1

           # retrieve errors in chronological order, or not?
           # if none provided, set to '1'
           chrono = 0

DESCRIPTION

       Log::Message::Config provides a standardized config object for Log::Message objects.

       It can either read options as perl arguments, or as a config file.  See the Log::Message
       manpage for more information about what arguments are valid, and see the Synopsis for an
       example config file you can use

SEE ALSO

       Log::Message, Log::Message::Item, Log::Message::Handlers

AUTHOR

       This module by Jos Boumans <kane@cpan.org>.

Acknowledgements

       Thanks to Ann Barcomb for her suggestions.

COPYRIGHT

       This module is copyright (c) 2002 Jos Boumans <kane@cpan.org>.  All rights reserved.

       This library is free software; you may redistribute and/or modify it under the same terms
       as Perl itself.