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Special Forums News, Links, Events and Announcements eBay Unix systems Post 19468 by JeZzTeR on Thursday 11th of April 2002 02:40:51 PM
Old 04-11-2002
Thats cool, I'll check it out . Damn you got a deal on that!!
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In 2004, a new edition of the POSIX:2002 standard was released called POSIX:2004 (formally: IEEE Std 1003.1-2004).
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Log::Message::Handlers(3pm)				 Perl Programmers Reference Guide			       Log::Message::Handlers(3pm)

Log::Message::Handlers - Message handlers for Log::Message SYNOPSIS
# Implicitly used by Log::Message to serve as handlers for # Log::Message::Item objects # Create your own file with a package called # Log::Message::Handlers to add to the existing ones, or to even # overwrite them $item->carp; $item->trace; DESCRIPTION
Log::Message::Handlers provides handlers for Log::Message::Item objects. The handler corresponding to the level (see Log::Message::Item manpage for an explanation about levels) will be called automatically upon storing the error. Handlers may also explicitly be called on an Log::Message::Item object if one so desires (see the Log::Message manpage on how to retrieve the Item objects). Default Handlers log Will simply log the error on the stack, and do nothing special carp Will carp (see the Carp manpage) with the error, and add the timestamp of when it occurred. croak Will croak (see the Carp manpage) with the error, and add the timestamp of when it occurred. cluck Will cluck (see the Carp manpage) with the error, and add the timestamp of when it occurred. confess Will confess (see the Carp manpage) with the error, and add the timestamp of when it occurred die Will simply die with the error message of the item warn Will simply warn with the error message of the item trace Will provide a traceback of this error item back to the first one that occurred, clucking with every item as it comes across it. Custom Handlers If you wish to provide your own handlers, you can simply do the following: o Create a file that holds a package by the name of "Log::Message::Handlers" o Create subroutines with the same name as the levels you wish to handle in the Log::Message module (see the Log::Message manpage for explanation on levels) o Require that file in your program, or add it in your configuration (see the Log::Message::Config manpage for explanation on how to use a config file) And that is it, the handler will now be available to handle messages for you. The arguments a handler may receive are those specified by the "extra" key, when storing the message. See the Log::Message manpage for details on the arguments. SEE ALSO
Log::Message, Log::Message::Item, Log::Message::Config AUTHOR
This module by Jos Boumans <>. Acknowledgements Thanks to Ann Barcomb for her suggestions. COPYRIGHT
This module is copyright (c) 2002 Jos Boumans <>. All rights reserved. This library is free software; you may redistribute and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.18.2 2014-01-06 Log::Message::Handlers(3pm)

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