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From Geoffrey Young <>
Subject Re: A-T: making the debug tracing functionality usable in production?
Date Wed, 03 Mar 2004 00:01:01 GMT

Stas Bekman wrote:
> I'm getting used to use:
>  debug "foo", \@bar
> when writing my code and I want to continue using it in my real modules.
> The problem with Apache::TestTrace that even though you can control the
> tracing level, they aren't compile time checks. Meaning that it's going
> to be costly to keep trace calls in the production code.
> What I was thinking is to introduce a subclass of Apache::TestTrace,
> which will operate exactly the same as its parent. But it won't be
> possible to change the trace level post-compile time, which will allow
> to optimize away calls like 'debug' if the level is not right.
> Or do you think this functionality doesn't belong to the Apache::Test
> framework?

probably not.  see Log::Log4perl and Log::Dispatch for existing frameworks
so you don't have to reinvent the wheel :)


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