Log::Any 1.044-TRIAL released

A new trial of Log::Any (1.044) has been released. This release has a couple changes that make Log::Any a bit more predictable:

  • Passing in objects to formatted log methods now handles objects that overload stringify correctly. Previously, these objects would be given to Data::Dumper, which violates object encapsulation. Thanks Philipp Gortan (@mephinet)!
  • The imported Log::Any object (use Log::Any '$log') can now be named anything (like $LOG or $foo).

Since CPAN Testers is still catching up from its little bit of downtime a few weeks ago, I won't be releasing this as stable until I get some success reports in. So, you've got some time to test this against your own codebase if you need to. Please report any issues to the Log-Any Github repository.

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I started using it on a new project. Thank you for working on it. :)

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