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While implementing a new Log::Dispatch output channel called Log::Dispatch::Perl (which is on its way to CPAN, but also available from http://www.liz.nl/CPAN/), I found that I cannot conveniently "lose" a number of levels of the message created by Carp::longmess, as seen if you do a Carp::confess.

The documentation says:

Packages claim that there won't be errors on calls to or from packages explicitly marked as safe by inclusion in @CARP_NOT, or (if that array is empty) @ISA.
Ok, so I added:
our @CARP_NOT = ('Log::Dispatch::Output','Log::Dispatch');
to my Log::Dispatch::Perl code. But a Carp::confess still lists levels with these modules:
use Log::Dispatch::Perl; my $dispatcher = Log::Dispatch->new; my $channel = Log::Dispatch::Perl->new( qw(name default min_level debu +g) ); $dispatcher->add( $channel ); $dispatcher->alert( 'This is an alert' ); __END__ This is an alert Log::Dispatch::Output::log('undef','level','alert','name','def +ault','message','This is an alert') called at /usr/local/lib/perl5/si +te_perl/5.8.3/Log/Dispatch.pm line 95 Log::Dispatch::_log_to('Log::Dispatch=HASH(0xfc578)','level',' +alert','name','default','message','This is an alert') called at /usr/ +local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.3/Log/Dispatch.pm line 74 Log::Dispatch::log('Log::Dispatch=HASH(0xfc578)','level','aler +t','message','This is an alert') called at /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_ +perl/5.8.3/Log/Dispatch.pm line 22 Log::Dispatch::__ANON__('Log::Dispatch=HASH(0xfc578)','This is + an alert') called at line 7

What am I missing?

Liz

Update:
Thanks ysth for the feedback. In the end, it has come to removing the first 4 lines from Carp::longmess. The actual regexp to remove the first 4 lines will become s#^(?:[^\n]*\n){4}##s. New version of Log::Dispatch::Perl is on its way to CPAN.


In reply to How to lose Carp levels with @CARP_NOT? by liz

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