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BASEOBJ(1)							   baseobj 1.0.1							BASEOBJ(1)

NAME
baseobj - Base object DESCRIPTION
Base class so objects will inherit the methods which provide the string representation of the object and methods to change the verbosity of such string representation. It also includes a simple debug printing and logging mechanism including methods to change the debug verbosity level and methods to add debug levels. CLASSES
class BaseObj(__builtin__.object) Base class so objects will inherit the methods which provide the string representation of the object and a simple debug printing and log- ging mechanism. Methods defined here: --------------------- __init__(self, *kwts, **kwds) Constructor Initialize object's private data according to the arguments given Examples: # Named arguments x = BaseObj(a=1, b=2) # Dictionary argument x = BaseObj({'a':1, 'b':2}) # Tuple arguments: first for keys and second for the values x = BaseObj(['a', 'b'], [1, 2]) # All of the above will create an object having two attributes: x.a = 1 and x.b = 2 __repr__(self) String representation of object The representation depends on the verbose level set by debug_repr(). If set to 0 the generic object representation is returned, else the representation of the object includes all object attributes and their values with proper indentation. __str__ = __repr__(self) close_log(self) Close log file. debug_level(self, level=0) Set debug level mask. level: Level to set. This could be a number or a string expression of names defined by debug_map() Examples: # Set level x.debug_level(0xFF) # Set level using expression x.debug_level('all') x.debug_level('debug ^ 1') dprint(self, level, msg, indent=0) Print debug message if level is allowed by the verbose level given in debug_level(). open_log(self, logfile) Open log file. Static methods defined here: ---------------------------- debug_map(bitmap, name='', disp='') Add a debug mapping. Generic debug levels map <bitmap> <name> <disp prefix> 0x000 'none' 0x001 'info' 'INFO: ' # Display info messages only 0x0FF 'debug' 'DBG: ' # Display info and all debug messages (0x02-0x80) >0x100 user defined verbose levels debug_repr(level=None) Return or set verbose level of object's string representation. When setting the verbose level, return the verbose level before set- ting it. level: Level of verbosity to set dindent(indent) Set global indentation. write_log(data) Write data to log file. BUGS
No known bugs. AUTHOR
Jorge Mora (mora@netapp.com) NFStest 1.0.2 10 April 2013 BASEOBJ(1)

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Log::Handler::Levels(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 Log::Handler::Levels(3pm)

NAME
Log::Handler::Levels - All levels for Log::Handler. DESCRIPTION
Base class for Log::Handler. Just for internal usage and documentation. METHODS
Default log level debug() info() notice() warning(), warn() error(), err() critical(), crit() alert() emergency(), emerg() Checking for active levels is_debug() is_info() is_notice() is_warning(), is_warn() is_error(), is_err() is_critical(), is_crit() is_alert() is_emergency(), is_emerg() Special level fatal() Alternative for the levels "critical" - "emergency". is_fatal() Check if one of the levels "critical" - "emergency" is active. Special methods trace() This method is very useful if you want to add a full backtrace to your message. Maybe you want to intercept unexpected errors and want to know who called "die()". $SIG{__DIE__} = sub { $log->trace(emergency => @_) }; By default the backtrace is logged as level "debug". # would log with the level debug $log->trace('who called who'); If you want to log with another level then you can pass the level as first argument: $log->trace(info => $message); dump() If you want to dump something then you can use "dump()". The default level is "debug". my %hash = (foo => 1, bar => 2); $log->dump(\%hash); If you want to log with another level then you can pass the level as first argument: $log->dump($level => \%hash); die() This method logs the message to the output and then call "Carp::croak()" with the level "emergency" by default. $log->die('an emergency error here'); If you want to log with another level, then you can pass the level as first argument: $log->die(fatal => 'an emergency error here'); log() With this method it's possible to log messages with the log level as first argument: $log->log(info => 'an info message'); Is the same like $log->info('an info message'); and $log->log('an info message'); If you log without a level then the default level is "info". PREREQUISITES
Carp Data::Dumper EXPORTS
No exports. REPORT BUGS
Please report all bugs to <jschulz.cpan(at)bloonix.de>. If you send me a mail then add Log::Handler into the subject. AUTHOR
Jonny Schulz <jschulz.cpan(at)bloonix.de>. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2007-2009 by Jonny Schulz. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.14.2 2012-11-21 Log::Handler::Levels(3pm)
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