Completely disable logging for all loggers. This is for example useful for automated test code. suspend_logging() globally disables all logging with lgr until unsuspend_logging() is invoked, while without_logging() and with_logging() temporarily disable/enable logging.

suspend_logging()

unsuspend_logging()

without_logging(code)

with_logging(code)

Arguments

code

Any R code

Value

suspend_logging() and unsuspend_logging() return NULL (invisibly), without_logging() and with_logging() returns whatever code returns.

Examples

lg <- get_logger("test") # temporarily disable logging lg$fatal("foo") without_logging({ lg$info("everything in this codeblock will be suppressed") lg$fatal("bar") }) # globally disable logging suspend_logging() lg$fatal("bar") with_logging(lg$fatal("foo")) # log anyways # globally enable logging again unsuspend_logging() lg$fatal("foo")