|laziness, impatience, and hubris|
Re^2: RFC: Data::Dumper::Simpleby leriksen (Curate)
|on Aug 01, 2004 at 13:26 UTC||Need Help??|
I'm still coming to a decision as to exactly how I want debug constructs in my code. Looks like I'll have to investigate adding this to my bag'o'tricks.
Some of my code never see's the light of day.
I am trying to establish my own set of guidelines on code 'noise', that doesn't differ by too much across those two disciplines. I know there will necessarily need to be a difference, I want to minimise that difference.
Currently I mainly use STDERR->print(Dumper(...)); in 'private' code, and Log::Log4perl for everything else I think might ever be seen/used by anyone else.
All our internally developed libraries use Log::Log4perl - if someone in the company uses one of our libraries, they need to configure a logger.
Perhaps I am not properly separating the disciplines of logging and debugging - I feel that everything your code reports back is a debug statement - to somebody at some level - some are aimed at developers, some at sysadmins.