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README.md

README.md

Log4PhpBundle

This is an experimental Bundle whitch supports the Log4Php in your Symfony2-Project.

It also includes a log-reader

Installation

  1. Register bundle in AppKernel.php

    # app/AppKernel.php
    
    $bundles = array(
        // ...
        new FS\Log4PhpBundle\FSLog4PhpBundle(),
        // ...
    );
    
  2. Add Bundle to autoload

    # app/autoload.php
    
    $loader->registerNamespaces(array(
        // ...
        'FS' => __DIR__.'/../vendor/bundles',
        // ...
    ));
    
  3. Download and unpack Log4Php to vendor

    Go to src/vendor and execute:

    $ git clone https://github.com/apache/log4php.git
    
  4. Add Log4Php to autoload

    # app/autoload.php
    
    AnnotationRegistry::registerFile(__DIR__.'/../vendor/log4php/src/main/php/Logger.php');
    

Usage

Use Log4Php without Symfony2 see Log4php Quickstart

app/config.yml

fs_log4_php:
  viewer:
    view_all_logs: false
    log_files: [ %kernel.root_dir%/logs/info.log, %kernel.root_dir%/logs/debug.log ]    
  appenders:
    default: 
      class: LoggerAppenderFile
      layout: 
        class: LoggerLayoutPattern
      params:
        file: %kernel.root_dir%/logs/default.log  
  rootLogger: 
    level: DEBUG
    appenders: [ default ]

Sample config for a simple file-logger. Config for other logger-types see the wiki.

Symfony-Profiler

The Bundle has it's own part in the profiler. This section is named "All Logs".

In the YAML-configuration you can configure which log-files should be read. There are two options:

- view_all_logs: [true|false] the datacollector reads all log-file in the default log-directory. 
- log_files: array if view_all_logs is true, this array will be overwritten, otherwise this array contains
the log-file which should be read.

Costum Appenders

You can register your own services as an appender.

	<service id="myapp" class="Acme\DemoBundle\MyService">
		<tag name="logger.appender" id="costum.appender" />
	</service>

The service you want to register, needs the tag logger.appender and the option id. The option id represent the name of your appender. If you want to register the appender for a concrete logger (excepting root-logger), you can add the option logger.

	<service id="myapp" class="Acme\DemoBundle\MyService">
		<tag name="logger.appender" id="costum.appender" logger="my.logger" />
	</service>

Your Service has to extends the \LoggerAppender class from Log4Php.

If the logger is not found, the root logger will be used. How to setup your own logger, take a look at the cookbook or the documentation of Log4Php.