Log::Log4perl::Appender::TestBuffer - Appender class for testing
use Log::Log4perl::Appender::TestBuffer; my $appender = Log::Log4perl::Appender::TestBuffer->new( name => 'mybuffer', ); # Append to the buffer $appender->log( level = > 'alert', message => "I'm searching the city for sci-fi wasabi\n" ); # Retrieve the result my $result = $appender->buffer(); # Clear the buffer to the empty string $appender->clear();
This class is used for internal testing of
Log::Log4perl. It is a
Log::Dispatch-style appender, which writes to a buffer in memory, from where actual results can be easily retrieved later to compare with expected results.
Every buffer created is stored in an internal global array, and can later be referenced by name:
my $app = Log::Log4perl::Appender::TestBuffer->by_name("mybuffer");
retrieves the appender object of a previously created buffer "mybuffer". To reset this global array and have it forget all of the previously created testbuffer appenders (external references to those appenders nonwithstanding), use
Copyright 2002-2013 by Mike Schilli <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Kevin Goess <email@example.com>.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
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Authors (please contact them via the list above, not directly): Mike Schilli <email@example.com>, Kevin Goess <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Contributors (in alphabetical order): Ateeq Altaf, Cory Bennett, Jens Berthold, Jeremy Bopp, Hutton Davidson, Chris R. Donnelly, Matisse Enzer, Hugh Esco, Anthony Foiani, James FitzGibbon, Carl Franks, Dennis Gregorovic, Andy Grundman, Paul Harrington, Alexander Hartmaier David Hull, Robert Jacobson, Jason Kohles, Jeff Macdonald, Markus Peter, Brett Rann, Peter Rabbitson, Erik Selberg, Aaron Straup Cope, Lars Thegler, David Viner, Mac Yang.