A logger consists of a log level
threshold, a log message
formatter function, a log record
layout formatting function and the
appender function deciding on the destination of the log record. For more details, see the package
omit log messages below this
function pre-processing the message of the log record when it's not wrapped in a
function rendering the layout of the actual log record
function writing the log record
By default, a general logger definition is created when loading the
logger package, that uses
INFO as the log level threshold
layout_simple as the layout function showing the log level, timestamp and log message
formatter_sprintf if glue is not installed) as the default formatter function transforming the R objects to be logged to a character vector
appender_console as the default log record destination
It's quite unlikely that you need to call this function directly, but instead set the logger parameters and functions at
log_appender and then call
log_levels and its derivatives, such as
For more details, see the Anatomy of a Log Request vignette at https://daroczig.github.io/logger/articles/anatomy.html.
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