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LoggerX

Class to work with logs.

Installation

composer require alexkratky/loggerx

Logging the data

Writing data to log using panx-framework is quite easy. All you need to do, is calling function Logger::log($text, $file), where $text is the text that you want to log and $file is the name of log. The second parameter is optional, and if you do not pass any data, Logger Class will use main.log as default log file name.

This function returns the number of bytes that were written to the file, or FALSE on failure. So if you want to check, if the data was written successfully, you can do it by:

require 'vendor/autoload.php';

use AlexKratky\Logger;

if(Logger::log("text") !== false) {
    // data was written successfully
} else {
    // data was not written successfully
}
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