Fault::Delegate::File - File logger delegate.
use Fault::Delegate::File; $self = Fault::Delegate::File->new ($filepath); $okay = $self->log ($msg);
UNIVERSAL Fault::Delegate Fault::Delegate::File
This is a delegate that writes log messages to a specified file. The file must be writeable to the calling program.
Fault::Delegate::File satisfies the minimum requirements of the Fault::Delegate logger delegate protocol.
use Fault::Delegate::File; use Fault::Logger; use Fault::Msg; my $msg = Fault::Msg ("Arf!"); my $baz = Fault::Delegate::File->new ("/tmp/mylogfile"); my $waslogged = $baz->log ($msg); Fault::Logger->new ($baz); my $waslogged = Fault::Logger->log ("Bow! Wow!"); [See Fault::Logger for a detailed example.]
filepath Full path to the log file. init True if the log file has been successfully opened at least once. fd Transient storage for filehandle.
Create a logger delegate object that writes log messages to the designated file.
A warning is issued if there is no $filepath argument and in that case undef is returned to indicate that a delegate could not be created.
If the initialization message cannot be written a warning is issued and undef is returned.
Prints a time-stamped message to the associated log file using information taken from Fault::Msg object $msg:
$date $time UTC> $processname: $type($priority): $msg\n
20021207 223010 UTC> MyProcess: NOTE(notice): Nothing happened again.\n
and return true if we succeeded in doing so.
Impliments the above overrides to the internal family protocol utilized by the Fault:Delegate log and test methods.
Local warning messages are issued if the db file cannot be opened or has any problems whatever.
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