These are helper functions for verifying log levels and converting them from their character to their integer representations. This is primarily useful if you want to build your own Loggers, Appenders or Layouts and need to handle log levels in a way that is consistent with lgr .

standardize_threshold(
  x,
  log_levels = c(getOption("lgr.log_levels"), c(all = NA_integer_, off = 0L))
)

is_threshold(x)

standardize_log_level(x, log_levels = getOption("lgr.log_levels"))

is_log_level(x)

standardize_log_levels(x, log_levels = getOption("lgr.log_levels"))

is_log_levels(x)

Arguments

x

a character or integer scalar, or vector for standardize_log_levels

log_levels

named integer vector of valid log levels

Value

An unnamed integer vector

See also

Other docs relevant for extending lgr: LogEvent, event_list()

Examples

standardize_threshold("info")
#> [1] 400
standardize_threshold("all")
#> [1] NA
is_threshold("all")
#> [1] TRUE
is_threshold("foobar")
#> [1] FALSE
standardize_log_level("info")
#> [1] 400
# all is a valid threshold, but not a valid log level try(is.na(standardize_log_level("all")))
#> Error in standardize_log_level("all") : #> '"all"' must either the numeric or character representation of one of the following log levels: fatal (100), error (200), warn (300), info (400), debug (500), trace (600)
is_log_level("all")
#> [1] FALSE
# standardized_log_level intentionally only works with scalars, because many # functions require scalar log level inputs try(standardize_log_level(c("info", "fatal")))
#> Error : 'c("info", "fatal")' must be a scalar log level
# You can still use standardize_log_levels() (plural) to work with vectors standardize_log_levels(c("info", "fatal"))
#> [1] 400 100