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ActiveSupport::Logger
ActiveSupport::Logger Returns true if the logger destination matches one of the sources. logger = Logger .new(STDOUT) ActiveSupport::Logger .logger_outputs_to?(logger, STDOUT) # => true

ActiveSupport::Logger - Ruby on Rails

Returns true if the logger destination matches one of the sources. logger = Logger .new(STDOUT) ActiveSupport::Logger .logger_outputs_to?(logger, STDOUT) # => true

https://api.rubyonrails.org /classes/ActiveSupport/Logger.html

Class: ActiveSupport::Logger — Documentation for ...

. broadcast ( logger ) ? Object Broadcasts logs to multiple loggers .. logger_outputs_to? ( logger , *sources) ? Boolean Returns true if the logger destination matches one of the sources.

https://www.rubydoc.info /gems/activesupport/ActiveSupport/Logger

Class: ActiveSupport::Logger — Documentation for rails (4.1.7)

Broadcasts logs to multiple loggers . 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

https://www.rubydoc.info /docs/rails/4.1.7/ActiveSupport/Logger

Logging to multiple destinations using ActiveSupport 4 ...

For those scenarios where something more is needed, ActiveSupport::Logger is available. The API for ActiveSupport's Logger is broadly the same as Ruby's Logger , with a few bonuses, such as tagged logging and the ability to extend loggers with other loggers !

https://www.joshmcarthur.com /til/2018/08/16/logging-to-multiple-destinations-using-activesupport-4.html

ruby - Difference between Logger and ActiveSupport::Logger ...

Rails (specifically, Rails 6) defines ActiveSupport::Logger , which seems to be a wrapper of (one of Ruby's standard libraries) Logger according to the docs and source. However, in the current official Rails reference as of October 2020 for Rails 6.0, the standard Logger is used in a config file. (It used to be ActiveSupport::Logger , maybe?)

https://stackoverflow.com /questions/64433146/difference-between-logger-and-activesupportlogger-in-rails-6

Class: ActiveSupport::Logger::SimpleFormatter ...

This method is invoked when a log event occurs. Instance Method Details #call(severity, timestamp, progname, msg) ? Objectcall(severity, timestamp, progname, msg) ? Object

https://rubydoc.org /docs/rails/6.0.2.1/ActiveSupport/Logger/SimpleFormatter

ActiveSupport::TaggedLogging

This is used by the default Rails.loggeras configured by Railties to make it easy to stamp log lines with subdomains, request ids, and anything else to aid debugging of multi-user production applications.

https://api.rubyonrails.org /classes/ActiveSupport/TaggedLogging.html

rails/ logger .rb at master · rails/rails · GitHub

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https://github.com /rails/rails/blob/master/activesupport/lib/active_support/logger.rb

Debugging Rails Applications — Ruby on Rails Guides

Rails makes use of the ActiveSupport::Logger class to write log information. Other loggers , such as Log4r, may also be substituted. You can specify an alternative logger in config/application.rb or any other environment file, for example:

https://guides.rubyonrails.org /debugging_rails_applications.html

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