Class: Kitchen::Logger

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Includes:
Logger::Severity
Defined in:
lib/kitchen/logger.rb

Overview

Logging implementation for Kitchen. By default the console/stdout output will be displayed differently than the file log output. Therefor, this class wraps multiple loggers that conform to the stdlib `Logger` class behavior.

Author:

Defined Under Namespace

Classes: LogdevLogger, StdoutLogger

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Constructor Details

#initialize(options = {}) ⇒ Logger

Constructs a new logger.

Parameters:

  • options (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    configuration for a new logger

Options Hash (options):

  • :color (Symbol)

    color to use when when outputting messages

  • :level (Integer)

    the logging severity threshold (default: `Kitchen::DEFAULT_LOG_LEVEL`)

  • whether (Boolean)

    to overwrite the log when Test Kitchen runs. Only applies if the :logdev is a String. (default: `Kitchen::DEFAULT_LOG_OVERWRITE`)

  • :logdev (String, IO)

    filepath String or IO object to be used for logging (default: `nil`)

  • :progname (String)

    program name to include in log messages (default: `“Kitchen”`)

  • :stdout (IO)

    a standard out IO object to use (default: `$stdout`)

  • :colorize (Boolean)

    whether to colorize output when Test Kitchen runs. (default: `$stdout.tty?`)


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# File 'lib/kitchen/logger.rb', line 57

def initialize(options = {})
  @log_overwrite = if options[:log_overwrite].nil?
                     default_log_overwrite
                   else
                     options[:log_overwrite]
                   end

  @logdev = logdev_logger(options[:logdev], log_overwrite) if options[:logdev]

  populate_loggers(options)

  # These setters cannot be called until @loggers are populated because
  # they are delegated
  self.progname = options[:progname] || "Kitchen"
  self.level = options[:level] || default_log_level
end

Instance Attribute Details

#log_overwriteBoolean (readonly)

Returns whether logger is configured for overwriting.

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

    whether logger is configured for overwriting


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# File 'lib/kitchen/logger.rb', line 36

def log_overwrite
  @log_overwrite
end

#logdevIO (readonly)

Returns the log device.

Returns:

  • (IO)

    the log device


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# File 'lib/kitchen/logger.rb', line 32

def logdev
  @logdev
end

Instance Method Details

#:<<(: <<()) ⇒ Object

Dump one or more messages to info.

Parameters:

  • message (#to_s)

    the message to log

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delegate_to_all_loggers :<<

#addObject

Log a message if the given severity is high enough.


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delegate_to_all_loggers :add

Log a message with severity of banner (high level).

Parameters:

  • message_or_progname (#to_s)

    the message to log. In the block form, this is the progname to use in the log message.

Yields:

  • evaluates to the message to log. This is not evaluated unless the logger's level is sufficient to log the message. This allows you to create potentially expensive logging messages that are only called when the logger is configured to show them.

Returns:

  • (nil, true)

    when the given severity is not high enough (for this particular logger), log no message, and return true

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delegate_to_all_loggers :banner

#closeObject

Close the logging devices.


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delegate_to_all_loggers :close

#datetime_formatString

Returns the date format being used.

Returns:

  • (String)

    the date format being used

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delegate_to_first_logger :datetime_format

#datetime_format=Object

Sets the date format being used.

Parameters:

  • format (String)

    the date format

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# File 'lib/kitchen/logger.rb', line 137

delegate_to_all_loggers :datetime_format=

#debug { ... } ⇒ nil, true

Log a message with severity of debug.

Parameters:

  • message_or_progname (#to_s)

    the message to log. In the block form, this is the progname to use in the log message.

Yields:

  • evaluates to the message to log. This is not evaluated unless the logger's level is sufficient to log the message. This allows you to create potentially expensive logging messages that are only called when the logger is configured to show them.

Returns:

  • (nil, true)

    when the given severity is not high enough (for this particular logger), log no message, and return true

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delegate_to_all_loggers :debug

#debug?true, false

Returns whether or not the current severity level allows for the printing of debug messages.

Returns:

  • (true, false)

    whether or not the current severity level allows for the printing of debug messages

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delegate_to_first_logger :debug?

#error { ... } ⇒ nil, true

Log a message with severity of error.

Parameters:

  • message_or_progname (#to_s)

    the message to log. In the block form, this is the progname to use in the log message.

Yields:

  • evaluates to the message to log. This is not evaluated unless the logger's level is sufficient to log the message. This allows you to create potentially expensive logging messages that are only called when the logger is configured to show them.

Returns:

  • (nil, true)

    when the given severity is not high enough (for this particular logger), log no message, and return true

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delegate_to_all_loggers :error

#error?true, false

Returns whether or not the current severity level allows for the printing of error messages.

Returns:

  • (true, false)

    whether or not the current severity level allows for the printing of error messages

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delegate_to_first_logger :error?

#fatal { ... } ⇒ nil, true

Log a message with severity of fatal.

Parameters:

  • message_or_progname (#to_s)

    the message to log. In the block form, this is the progname to use in the log message.

Yields:

  • evaluates to the message to log. This is not evaluated unless the logger's level is sufficient to log the message. This allows you to create potentially expensive logging messages that are only called when the logger is configured to show them.

Returns:

  • (nil, true)

    when the given severity is not high enough (for this particular logger), log no message, and return true

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delegate_to_all_loggers :fatal

#fatal?true, false

Returns whether or not the current severity level allows for the printing of fatal messages.

Returns:

  • (true, false)

    whether or not the current severity level allows for the printing of fatal messages

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delegate_to_first_logger :fatal?

#info { ... } ⇒ nil, true

Log a message with severity of info.

Parameters:

  • message_or_progname (#to_s)

    the message to log. In the block form, this is the progname to use in the log message.

Yields:

  • evaluates to the message to log. This is not evaluated unless the logger's level is sufficient to log the message. This allows you to create potentially expensive logging messages that are only called when the logger is configured to show them.

Returns:

  • (nil, true)

    when the given severity is not high enough (for this particular logger), log no message, and return true

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delegate_to_all_loggers :info

#info?true, false

Returns whether or not the current severity level allows for the printing of info messages.

Returns:

  • (true, false)

    whether or not the current severity level allows for the printing of info messages

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delegate_to_first_logger :info?

#levelInteger

Returns the logging severity threshold.

Returns:

  • (Integer)

    the logging severity threshold

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delegate_to_first_logger :level

#level=Object

Sets the logging severity threshold.

Parameters:

  • level (Integer)

    the logging severity threshold

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# File 'lib/kitchen/logger.rb', line 117

delegate_to_all_loggers :level=

#prognameString

Returns program name to include in log messages.

Returns:

  • (String)

    program name to include in log messages

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delegate_to_first_logger :progname

#progname=Object

Sets the program name to include in log messages.

Parameters:

  • progname (String)

    the program name to include in log messages

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delegate_to_all_loggers :progname=

#unknown { ... } ⇒ nil, true

Log a message with severity of unknown.

Parameters:

  • message_or_progname (#to_s)

    the message to log. In the block form, this is the progname to use in the log message.

Yields:

  • evaluates to the message to log. This is not evaluated unless the logger's level is sufficient to log the message. This allows you to create potentially expensive logging messages that are only called when the logger is configured to show them.

Returns:

  • (nil, true)

    when the given severity is not high enough (for this particular logger), log no message, and return true

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delegate_to_all_loggers :unknown

#warn { ... } ⇒ nil, true

Log a message with severity of warn.

Parameters:

  • message_or_progname (#to_s)

    the message to log. In the block form, this is the progname to use in the log message.

Yields:

  • evaluates to the message to log. This is not evaluated unless the logger's level is sufficient to log the message. This allows you to create potentially expensive logging messages that are only called when the logger is configured to show them.

Returns:

  • (nil, true)

    when the given severity is not high enough (for this particular logger), log no message, and return true

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delegate_to_all_loggers :warn

#warn?true, false

Returns whether or not the current severity level allows for the printing of warn messages.

Returns:

  • (true, false)

    whether or not the current severity level allows for the printing of warn messages

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delegate_to_first_logger :warn?