LoggerGlue uses glue::glue() instead of base::sprintf() to construct log messages. glue is a very well designed package for string interpolation. It makes composing log messages more flexible and comfortable at the price of an additional dependency and slightly less performance than sprintf().

## Details

glue() lets you define temporary named variables inside the call. As with the normal Logger, these named arguments get turned into custom fields; however, you can suppress this behaviour by making named argument start with a ".". Please refer to vignette("lgr", package = "lgr") for examples.

## Super classes

lgr::Filterable -> lgr::Logger -> LoggerGlue

## Methods

### Public methods

Inherited methods

### Method spawn()

#### Usage

LoggerGlue\$spawn(name)