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Class: Log_display

Source Location: /Log-1.12.8/Log/display.php

Class Overview

Log
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The Log_display class is a concrete implementation of the Log:: abstract class which writes message into browser in usual PHP maner.


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Class: Log

Log::alert()
A convenience function for logging an alert event. It will log a message at the PEAR_LOG_ALERT log level.
Log::attach()
Adds a Log_observer instance to the list of observers that are listening for messages emitted by this Log instance.
Log::close()
Abstract implementation of the close() method.
Log::crit()
A convenience function for logging a critical event. It will log a message at the PEAR_LOG_CRIT log level.
Log::debug()
A convenience function for logging a debug event. It will log a message at the PEAR_LOG_DEBUG log level.
Log::detach()
Removes a Log_observer instance from the list of observers.
Log::emerg()
A convenience function for logging a emergency event. It will log a message at the PEAR_LOG_EMERG log level.
Log::err()
A convenience function for logging a error event. It will log a message at the PEAR_LOG_ERR log level.
Log::factory()
Attempts to return a concrete Log instance of type $handler.
Log::flush()
Abstract implementation of the flush() method.
Log::getIdent()
Returns the current identification string.
Log::getMask()
Returns the current level mask.
Log::getPriority()
Returns the current default priority.
Log::info()
A convenience function for logging a information event. It will log a message at the PEAR_LOG_INFO log level.
Log::isComposite()
Indicates whether this is a composite class.
Log::log()
Abstract implementation of the log() method.
Log::MASK()
Calculate the log mask for the given priority.
Log::MAX()
Calculate the log mask for all priorities less than or equal to the given priority. In other words, $priority will be the highests priority matched by the resulting mask.
Log::MIN()
Calculate the log mask for all priorities greater than or equal to the given priority. In other words, $priority will be the lowest priority matched by the resulting mask.
Log::notice()
A convenience function for logging a notice event. It will log a message at the PEAR_LOG_NOTICE log level.
Log::open()
Abstract implementation of the open() method.
Log::priorityToString()
Returns the string representation of a PEAR_LOG_* integer constant.
Log::setBacktraceDepth()
Sets the starting depth to use when walking a backtrace in search of the function that invoked the log system. This is used on conjunction with the 'file', 'line', 'function', and 'class' formatters.
Log::setIdent()
Sets this Log instance's identification string.
Log::setMask()
Set and return the level mask for the current Log instance.
Log::setPriority()
Sets the default priority to the specified value.
Log::singleton()
Attempts to return a reference to a concrete Log instance of type $handler, only creating a new instance if no log instance with the same parameters currently exists.
Log::stringToPriority()
Returns the the PEAR_LOG_* integer constant for the given string representation of a priority name. This function performs a case-insensitive search.
Log::UPTO()
Calculate the log mask for all priorities up to the given priority.
Log::warning()
A convenience function for logging a warning event. It will log a message at the PEAR_LOG_WARNING log level.
Log::_announce()
Informs each registered observer instance that a new message has been logged.
Log::_extractMessage()
Returns the string representation of the message data.
Log::_format()
Produces a formatted log line based on a format string and a set of variables representing the current log record and state.
Log::_isMasked()
Check if the given priority is included in the current level mask.

Class Details

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The Log_display class is a concrete implementation of the Log:: abstract class which writes message into browser in usual PHP maner.

This may be useful because when you use PEAR::setErrorHandling in PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK mode error messages are not displayed by PHP error handler.

  • Author: Paul Yanchenko <pusher@inaco.ru>
  • Since: Log 1.8.0
  • Example: example not found


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Method Detail

Log_display (Constructor)   [line 58]

Log_display Log_display( [string $name = ''], [string $ident = ''], [array $conf = array()], [int $level = PEAR_LOG_DEBUG])

Constructs a new Log_display object.
  • Access: public

Parameters:

string   $name     Ignored.
string   $ident     The identity string.
array   $conf     The configuration array.
int   $level     Log messages up to and including this level.

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close   [line 130]

void close( )

Closes the display handler.
  • Since: Log 1.9.6
  • Access: public

Overrides Log::close() (Abstract implementation of the close() method.)
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log   [line 148]

boolean log( mixed $message, [string $priority = null])

Writes $message to the text browser. Also, passes the message along to any Log_observer instances that are observing this Log.
  • Return: True on success or false on failure.
  • Access: public

Overrides Log::log() (Abstract implementation of the log() method.)

Parameters:

mixed   $message     String or object containing the message to log.
string   $priority     The priority of the message. Valid values are: PEAR_LOG_EMERG, PEAR_LOG_ALERT, PEAR_LOG_CRIT, PEAR_LOG_ERR, PEAR_LOG_WARNING, PEAR_LOG_NOTICE, PEAR_LOG_INFO, and PEAR_LOG_DEBUG.

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open   [line 118]

void open( )

Opens the display handler.
  • Since: Log 1.9.6
  • Access: public

Overrides Log::open() (Abstract implementation of the open() method.)
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