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Roadmap for POE::Component::Logger sent to the POE mailing list on 2010-10-27.
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Hi POE fans,
POE::Component::Logger provides a session that uses the Log::Dispatch
framework for centralized logging. Once it is spawn, you can simply log with:
Logger->log('message');
or
Logger->log({ level => debug, message => 'message');
This module was originally written by Matt Sergeant 8 years old. It has a few
issues that I'm currently fixing as Matt promoted me to co-maint.
The code in development is hosted on GitHub:
http://github.com/dolmen/POE-Component-Logger
I've already published 2 developer releases:
- 1.00_01 a few days ago: added a test suite
- 1.00_02 a few hours ago: more tests, and a major optimization
If you are already a PoCo::Logger user you are invited to test 1.00_02 now.
The next planned release in the next days will be:
- 1.01: same as 1.00_02, but a public release
- 1.10: major internal refactoring to fix RT#62397, a race condition
problem that occurs when logging at $DefaultLevel and $DefaultLevel
(may be there will be a 1.09_01 before if I get some feedback)
- 1.50: add a proper 'shutdown' state (old RT#4062): there was
no proper way before. As a workaround some users were posting
a '_stop' message to the session to tell it to terminate.
This is dirty and this will be deprecated in that release: a message
will be sent to the log at the 'notice' level to alert about the new
API.
I would appreciate your feedback about this plan.
I would also appreciate if you tell me if you are a PoCo::Logger user, and in
particular if you have a CPAN distribution that uses it: that could help me
to understand how P:C:L is actually used for writing the right regression
tests.
Olivier Mengué, POE::Component::Logger co-maint.
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