The HLogger package

[ Tags: bsd3, concurrency, deprecated, library, logging, program ] [ Propose Tags ]
Deprecated. in favor of hlogger

This is a work in progress for a logging framework that aims to be simple, concurrent and easy-to-use. We are thinking about using monads and allow for multiple logging implementations.

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Dependencies base (>=2 && <4), old-locale, time [details]
License BSD3
Copyright Copyright © 2011, Jon Kristensen
Author Jon Kristensen, Mahdi Abdinejadi
Category Logging, Concurrency
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Uploaded Wed Mar 2 16:50:49 UTC 2011 by JonKristensen
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HLogger is a simple and concurrent logging utility for Haskell under the
development by the Pontarius project. The goal is to provide a name and facility
for a set of logging functionalities that many Haskell developers re-invent and
maintain their own implementations of. We are not entirely sure yet what the
scope of this library will be, but we will continue to evolve it in parallel
with the development of Pontarius and HXMPP, utilizing it in those two projects.
One specific feature that we are looking into is a plug-in system for customized
logger behaviors.

See <> for more information.

Please note that we are <em>not</em> recommending anyone to use HLogger at this
time as it's still in an experimental stage and will have its API and data types
modified frequently. We have scheduled the first beta release for the 4th of
May. That being said, if you are interested to use HLogger anyway, feel free to
do so and to contact the Pontarius project if you need any assistance.

We will release the next version, 0.1 Alpha 2, on the 23rd of March.