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NullLoggerwill not process any log messages.In case of a log message with LogLevel.fatal nothing will happen.Examples:
import std.experimental.logger.nulllogger : LogLevel; auto nl1 = new NullLogger(LogLevel.all); nl1.info("You will never read this."); nl1.fatal("You will never read this, either and it will not throw");
- @safe this(const LogLevel
- The default constructor for the NullLogger.Independent of the parameter this Logger will never log a message.Parameters:
The LogLevel for the NullLogger. By default the LogLevel for NullLogger is LogLevel.all.
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