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    A no-nonsense, dependency-free, minimalistic logger.


    const { Logger } = require('@luca_scorpion/tinylogger');
    // or:
    // import { Logger } from '@luca_scorpion/tinylogger';
    const log = new Logger('my-log');
    const anotherLog = new Logger('another-logger');
    log.debug('You cannot see me, because the default log level is INFO');'Tell me more, tell me more.');
    anotherLog.warn('Something might be going on.');
    anotherLog.error('Panic! Red alert!');

    The above example will print:

    2020-09-14T13:23:50.508Z [INFO ] my-log         | Tell me more, tell me more.
    2020-09-14T13:23:50.510Z [WARN ] another-logger | Something might be going on.
    2020-09-14T13:23:50.510Z [ERROR] another-logger | Panic! Red alert!

    Minimum Log Level

    The logger will automatically set the global minimum log level based on the LOG_LEVEL environment variable. This can also be changed by setting Logger.logLevel:

    import { Logger, LogLevel } from '@luca_scorpion/tinylogger';
    Logger.logLevel = LogLevel.DEBUG;
    const log = new Logger('my-logger');
    log.debug('Now you will see me!');

    Custom Logging Handlers

    By default, all messages will be logged to the console. One or more custom handlers can be set for each level using Logger.setLogHandlers:

    import { Logger, LogLevel } from '@luca_scorpion/tinylogger';
    const handleLog = (message: string) => {};
    const handleError = (message: string) => {};
      [LogLevel.INFO]: handleLog,
      [LogLevel.WARN]: handleLog,
      [LogLevel.ERROR]: handleError,

    If a handler is not defined for a log level, it will be ignored.

    Alternatively, you can also pass a single handler to use for all levels:

    import { Logger } from '@luca_scorpion/tinylogger';
    const handleLog = (message: string) => {};

    You can also pass multiple handlers, for example to handle error messages differently:

    import { Logger, LogLevel, getConsoleLogHandlers } from '@luca_scorpion/tinylogger';
    const handleError = {
      [LogLevel.ERROR]: (message: string) => {}
    Logger.setLogHandlers(getConsoleLogHandlers(), handleError);

    The getConsoleLogHandlers function returns (a copy of) the console handlers which are used by default.


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