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markstory committed May 16, 2012
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  1. +122 −28 lib/Cake/Log/CakeLog.php
  2. +10 −2 lib/Cake/Test/Case/Log/CakeLogTest.php
@@ -22,22 +22,53 @@
App::uses('LogEngineCollection', 'Log');
/**
* Logs messages to configured Log adapters. One or more adapters can be configured
* using CakeLogs's methods. If you don't configure any adapters, and write to the logs
* a default FileLog will be autoconfigured for you.
* Logs messages to configured Log adapters. One or more adapters
* can be configured using CakeLogs's methods. If you don't
* configure any adapters, and write to the logs a default
* FileLog will be autoconfigured for you.
*
* ### Configuring Log adapters
*
* You can configure log adapters in your applications `bootstrap.php` file. A sample configuration
* would look like:
* You can configure log adapters in your applications `bootstrap.php` file.
* A sample configuration would look like:
*
* `CakeLog::config('my_log', array('engine' => 'FileLog'));`
* {{{
* CakeLog::config('my_log', array('engine' => 'FileLog'));
* }}}
*
* See the documentation on CakeLog::config() for more detail.
*
* ### Writing to the log
*
* You write to the logs using CakeLog::write(). See its documentation for more information.
* You write to the logs using CakeLog::write(). See its documentation for more
* information.
*
* ### Logging Levels
*
* By default CakeLog supports all the log levels defined in
* RFC 5424. When logging messages you can either use the named methods,
* or the correct constants with `write()`:
*
* {{{
* CakeLog::error('Something horrible happened');
* CakeLog::write(LOG_ERR, 'Something horrible happened');
* }}}
*
* If you require custom logging levels, you can use CakeLog::levels() to
* append additoinal logging levels.
*
* ### Logging scopes
*
* When logging messages and configuring log adapters, you can specify
* 'scopes' that the logger will handle. You can think of scopes as subsystems
* in your application that may require different logging setups. For
* example in an e-commerce application you may want to handle logged errors
* in the cart and ordering subsystems differently than the rest of the
* application. By using scopes you can control logging for each part
* of your application and still keep standard log levels.
*
* See CakeLog::config() and CakeLog::write() for more information
* on scopes
*
* @package Cake.Log
*/
@@ -53,6 +84,8 @@ class CakeLog {
/**
* Default log levels as detailed in RFC 5424
* http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5424
*
* @var array
*/
protected static $_defaultLevels = array(
LOG_EMERG => 'emergency',
@@ -67,11 +100,15 @@ class CakeLog {
/**
* Active log levels for this instance.
*
* @var array
*/
protected static $_levels;
/**
* Mapped log levels
*
* @var array
*/
protected static $_levelMap;
@@ -87,22 +124,59 @@ protected static function _init() {
/**
* Configure and add a new logging stream to CakeLog
* You can use add loggers from app/Log/Engine use app.loggername, or any plugin/Log/Engine using plugin.loggername.
* You can use add loggers from app/Log/Engine use app.loggername, or any
* plugin/Log/Engine using plugin.loggername.
*
* ### Usage:
*
* {{{
* CakeLog::config('second_file', array(
* 'engine' => 'FileLog',
* 'path' => '/var/logs/my_app/'
* 'engine' => 'FileLog',
* 'path' => '/var/logs/my_app/'
* ));
* }}}
*
* Will configure a FileLog instance to use the specified path. All options that are not `engine`
* are passed onto the logging adapter, and handled there. Any class can be configured as a logging
* Will configure a FileLog instance to use the specified path.
* All options that are not `engine` are passed onto the logging adapter,
* and handled there. Any class can be configured as a logging
* adapter as long as it implements the methods in CakeLogInterface.
*
* @param string $key The keyname for this logger, used to remove the logger later.
* ### Logging levels
*
* When configuring loggers, you can set which levels a logger will handle.
* This allows you to disable debug messages in production for example:
*
* {{{
* CakeLog::config('default', array(
* 'engine' => 'File',
* 'path' => LOGS,
* 'levels' => array('error', 'critical', 'alert', 'emergency')
* ));
* }}}
*
* The above logger would only log error messages or higher. Any
* other log messages would be discarded.
*
* ### Logging scopes
*
* When configuring loggers you can define the active scopes the logger
* is for. If defined only the listed scopes will be handled by the
* logger. If you don't define any scopes an adapter will catch
* all scopes that match the handled levels.
*
* {{{
* CakeLog::config('payments', array(
* 'engine' => 'File',
* 'scopes' => array('payment', 'order')
* ));
* }}}
*
* The above logger will only capture log entries made in the
* `payment` and `order` scopes. All other scopes including the
* undefined scope will be ignored.
*
* @param string $key The keyname for this logger, used to remove the
* logger later.
* @param array $config Array of configuration information for the logger
* @return boolean success of configuration.
* @throws CakeLogException
@@ -141,29 +215,39 @@ public static function configured() {
*
* To append additional level 'user0' and 'user1' to to default log levels:
*
* `CakeLog::levels(array('user0, 'user1'))` or
* `CakeLog::levels(array('user0, 'user1'), true)`
* {{{
* CakeLog::levels(array('user0, 'user1'));
* // or
* CakeLog::levels(array('user0, 'user1'), true);
* }}}
*
* will result in:
*
* {{{
* array(
* 0 => 'emergency',
* 1 => 'alert',
* ...
* 8 => 'user0',
* 9 => 'user1',
* );
* }}}
*
* To set/replace existing configuration, pass an array with the second argument
* set to false.
*
* `CakeLog::levels(array('user0, 'user1'), false);
* {{{
* CakeLog::levels(array('user0, 'user1'), false);
* }}}
*
* will result in:
*
* {{{
* array(
* 0 => 'user0',
* 1 => 'user1',
* );
* }}}
*
* @param mixed $levels array
* @param bool $append true to append, false to replace
@@ -285,8 +369,9 @@ public static function stream($streamName) {
* @return void
*/
protected static function _autoConfig() {
self::$_Collection->load('default', array(
self::$_Collection->load('error', array(
'engine' => 'FileLog',
'types' => array('warning', 'error', 'critical', 'alert', 'emergency'),
'path' => LOGS,
));
}
@@ -314,10 +399,11 @@ protected static function _autoConfig() {
* `CakeLog::write('warning', 'Stuff is broken here');`
*
* @param mixed $type Type of message being written. When value is an integer
* or a string matching the recognized levels, then it will
* be treated log levels. Otherwise it's treated as scope.
* or a string matching the recognized levels, then it will
* be treated log levels. Otherwise it's treated as scope.
* @param string $message Message content to log
* @param mixed $scope string or array
* @param string|array $scope The scope(s) a log messge is being created in.
* See CakeLog::config() for more information on logging scopes.
* @return boolean Success
*/
public static function write($type, $message, $scope = array()) {
@@ -364,7 +450,8 @@ public static function write($type, $message, $scope = array()) {
* Convenience method to log emergency messages
*
* @param string $message log message
* @param mixed $scope string or array of scopes
* @param string|array $scope The scope(s) a log messge is being created in.
* See CakeLog::config() for more information on logging scopes.
* @return boolean Success
*/
public static function emergency($message, $scope = array()) {
@@ -375,7 +462,8 @@ public static function emergency($message, $scope = array()) {
* Convenience method to log alert messages
*
* @param string $message log message
* @param mixed $scope string or array of scopes
* @param string|array $scope The scope(s) a log messge is being created in.
* See CakeLog::config() for more information on logging scopes.
* @return boolean Success
*/
public static function alert($message, $scope = array()) {
@@ -386,7 +474,8 @@ public static function alert($message, $scope = array()) {
* Convenience method to log critical messages
*
* @param string $message log message
* @param mixed $scope string or array of scopes
* @param string|array $scope The scope(s) a log messge is being created in.
* See CakeLog::config() for more information on logging scopes.
* @return boolean Success
*/
public static function critical($message, $scope = array()) {
@@ -397,7 +486,8 @@ public static function critical($message, $scope = array()) {
* Convenience method to log error messages
*
* @param string $message log message
* @param mixed $scope string or array of scopes
* @param string|array $scope The scope(s) a log messge is being created in.
* See CakeLog::config() for more information on logging scopes.
* @return boolean Success
*/
public static function error($message, $scope = array()) {
@@ -408,7 +498,8 @@ public static function error($message, $scope = array()) {
* Convenience method to log warning messages
*
* @param string $message log message
* @param mixed $scope string or array of scopes
* @param string|array $scope The scope(s) a log messge is being created in.
* See CakeLog::config() for more information on logging scopes.
* @return boolean Success
*/
public static function warning($message, $scope = array()) {
@@ -419,7 +510,8 @@ public static function warning($message, $scope = array()) {
* Convenience method to log notice messages
*
* @param string $message log message
* @param mixed $scope string or array of scopes
* @param string|array $scope The scope(s) a log messge is being created in.
* See CakeLog::config() for more information on logging scopes.
* @return boolean Success
*/
public static function notice($message, $scope = array()) {
@@ -430,7 +522,8 @@ public static function notice($message, $scope = array()) {
* Convenience method to log debug messages
*
* @param string $message log message
* @param mixed $scope string or array of scopes
* @param string|array $scope The scope(s) a log messge is being created in.
* See CakeLog::config() for more information on logging scopes.
* @return boolean Success
*/
public static function debug($message, $scope = array()) {
@@ -441,7 +534,8 @@ public static function debug($message, $scope = array()) {
* Convenience method to log info messages
*
* @param string $message log message
* @param mixed $scope string or array of scopes
* @param string|array $scope The scope(s) a log messge is being created in.
* See CakeLog::config() for more information on logging scopes.
* @return boolean Success
*/
public static function info($message, $scope = array()) {
@@ -201,9 +201,11 @@ public function testLogFileWriting() {
}
/**
* test selective logging
* test selective logging by level/type
*
* @return void
*/
public function testSelectiveLogging() {
public function testSelectiveLoggingByLevel() {
if (file_exists(LOGS . 'spam.log')) {
unlink(LOGS . 'spam.log');
}
@@ -245,6 +247,7 @@ public function testSelectiveLogging() {
/**
* test enable
*
* @expectedException CakeLogException
*/
public function testStreamEnable() {
@@ -259,6 +262,7 @@ public function testStreamEnable() {
/**
* test disable
*
* @expectedException CakeLogException
*/
public function testStreamDisable() {
@@ -275,6 +279,7 @@ public function testStreamDisable() {
/**
* test enabled() invalid stream
*
* @expectedException CakeLogException
*/
public function testStreamEnabledInvalid() {
@@ -283,6 +288,7 @@ public function testStreamEnabledInvalid() {
/**
* test disable invalid stream
*
* @expectedException CakeLogException
*/
public function testStreamDisableInvalid() {
@@ -378,6 +384,8 @@ public function testScopedLoggingBC() {
/**
* test scoped logging
*
* @return void
*/
public function testScopedLogging() {
if (file_exists(LOGS . 'shops.log')) {

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