leoshtika/logger

The simplest PHP Logger class

v1.0.2 2015-02-22 15:32 UTC

README

When using this library for the first time, it will create a "logfiles" folder in the root of your project, where all your log files will be placed, in different files for each month.

License Packagist

Requirements

  • PHP 5.3 or higher

Installation

You can use one of these 3 installation methods

1) Using Composer (recommended)

  • Using Composer from the command line
composer require leoshtika/logger:~1.0
  • Or using Composer with composer.json file
{
    "require": {
        "leoshtika/logger": "~1.0"
    }
}

2) Clone it from Github

git clone https://github.com/leoshtika/logger.git

3) Download it from Github

https://github.com/leoshtika/logger/archive/master.zip

Usage

Using Composer

If you are using composer require the 'vendor/autoload.php' file

<?php
require 'vendor/autoload.php';

use leoshtika\libs\Logger;

Logger::add();
Logger::add('Action must be taken immediately', Logger::LEVEL_EMERGENCY);
Logger::add('Interesting events', Logger::LEVEL_NOTICE);

Using the downloaded folder

If you donwloaded the folder manually then be sure to require the 'Logger.php' class

<?php
require 'path/to/logger/src/Logger.php';

use leoshtika\libs\Logger;

Logger::add();
Logger::add('Action must be taken immediately', Logger::LEVEL_EMERGENCY);
Logger::add('Interesting events', Logger::LEVEL_NOTICE);

Output

::1 [21/Sep/2014 12:42:41][INFO] (example.php) --> no message
::1 [21/Sep/2014 12:42:41][EMERGENCY] (example.php) --> Action must be taken immediately
::1 [21/Sep/2014 12:42:41][NOTICE] (example.php) --> Interesting events

Enjoy!