A Simple Logging Class For PHP
KLogger is an easy-to-use logging class for PHP. It supports standard log levels like debug, info, warn, error, and fatal. Additionally, it isn't naive about file permissions (which is expected).
$log = new KLogger('/var/log/'); # Specify the log directory $log->logInfo('Returned a million search results'); //Prints to the log file $log->logFatal('Oh dear.'); //Prints to the log file $log->logInfo('Here is an object', $obj); //Prints to the log file with a dump of the object
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