A Simple Logging Class For PHP

v1.0 2017-11-12 06:45 UTC

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Last update: 2020-10-13 02:58:38 UTC


A project forked and refactored Oleg Kozinsev.


All that relates to Klogger is also relevant for ALogger. But Alogger creates an instance of the object for saving every time it is saved, which allows you to delete the log file while you work. Also removed all options and added the ability to split the file into parts.


From the Command Line:

composer require kozintsev/a-logger:dev-master

In your composer.json:

    "require": {
        "kozintsev/a-logger": "dev-master"

Basic Usage


require_once ("vendor/autoload.php");

use kozintsev\ALogger\Logger;

$logger = new Logger(__DIR__ . '/tests/logs/test.log', \Psr\Log\LogLevel::DEBUG);
$logger->info('Returned a million search results');
$logger->error('Oh dear.');
$logger->debug('Got these users from the Database.', $users);


[2014-03-20 3:35:43.762437] [INFO] Returned a million search results
[2014-03-20 3:35:43.762578] [ERROR] Oh dear.
[2014-03-20 3:35:43.762795] [DEBUG] Got these users from the Database.
    0: array(
        'name' => 'Kenny Katzgrau',
        'username' => 'katzgrau',
    1: array(
        'name' => 'Dan Horrigan',
        'username' => 'dhrrgn',

Additional Options

ALogger supports additional options via third parameter in the constructor:

// Example
$logger = new kozintsev\ALogger\Logger(__DIR__ . '/tests/logs/test.log', Psr\Log\LogLevel::WARNING, [
    'max_file_size' => 0, // max file size, if set to 0, the size is not checked

Here's the full list:

Option Default Description
max_file_size 5120000 the maximum size of the log file, if set to 0, the size is not checked