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...It came down to the fact that I wanted something in-between for certain applications, and which satisfied the goals above.
You may have already considered this, but
your module is very similar to Log4perl's :easy mode,
so much so
that maybe you should consider subclassing Log::Log4perl
for your implementation.
What's the easiest way to use Log4perl?
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