A simple logging solution for output to a file, stdout and syslog. Does exactly what it should and no more.
Based on configuration options, the following code could automatically send the log message to stdout, file AND syslog.
logger.log("Feeling like a champ");
Or we could be more specific and just output to a file and stdout:
logger.filelog("Feeling like a champ").stdout("Feeling like a champ");
See test.js for more examples.
See ain's documentation for valid values of tag, facility and hostname
It worked fine on Fedora 15's rsyslogd, although I needed to turn on UDP in /etc/rsyslog.conf:
$ModLoad imudp $UDPServerRun 514
I should really output errors to stderr.
simplelogger is licensed under MIT.