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MojoX::Log::Any Use the current Log::Any adapter from Mojolicious



use Mojolicious::Lite;

# Use Mojo::Log by default when importing
use MojoX::Log::Any;

# Or you can specify a different default adapter
use MojoX::Log::Any default_adapter => 'Stderr';

get '/' => sub {
  my $c = shift;

  app->log->debug('Using Log::Any::Adapter::MojoLog');

  # They can be redefined
  app->log->warning('Using Log::Any::Adapter::Stderr')
    if app->log->is_warning;

  # Or use whatever adapter you've set
  use Log::Log4perl qw(:easy);

  use Log::Any::Adapter;

  app->log->fatalf('Using %s formatting with Log4perl', 'string');

  $c->render(text => 'OK!');



MojoX::Log::Any makes it easy to use a Log::Any::Adapter from within Mojolicious without getting in the way of the user.

When imported from within a Mojolicious application (of from within a package into which Mojolicious' app function has been exported), it sets that application's log attribute to a Log::Any::Proxy connected to whatever adapter is currently available.

When imported, the logger defaults to using Log::Any::Adapter::MojoLog, which seems to be the currently maintained adapter for Mojo::Log. Any parameters passed to the module's import function are passed as is to the get_logger function from Log::Any, to allow for user customisation and to maintain a coherent interface with that package.


There are numerous packages in the MojoX::Log namespace providing an interface with the various different logging mechanisms on CPAN; except Log::Any.

There is also a Log::Any adapter for Mojo::Log, which makes it possible to use that logger from any application using Log::Any; but not Mojolicious apps.

This package attempts to fill that void by offering Mojolicious applications an easy way to plug into the current Log::Any::Adapter (whatever it may be).


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