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RubyLearning / ProjectTrak / vendor / rails / activesupport / lib / active_support / buffered_logger.rb

module ActiveSupport
  # Inspired by the buffered logger idea by Ezra
  class BufferedLogger
    module Severity
      DEBUG   = 0
      INFO    = 1
      WARN    = 2
      ERROR   = 3
      FATAL   = 4
      UNKNOWN = 5
    end
    include Severity

    MAX_BUFFER_SIZE = 1000

    # Set to false to disable the silencer
    cattr_accessor :silencer
    self.silencer = true

    # Silences the logger for the duration of the block.
    def silence(temporary_level = ERROR)
      if silencer
        begin
          old_logger_level, self.level = level, temporary_level
          yield self
        ensure
          self.level = old_logger_level
        end
      else
        yield self
      end
    end

    attr_accessor :level
    attr_reader :auto_flushing

    def initialize(log, level = DEBUG)
      @level         = level
      @buffer        = {}
      @auto_flushing = 1
      @guard = Mutex.new

      if log.respond_to?(:write)
        @log = log
      elsif File.exist?(log)
        @log = open(log, (File::WRONLY | File::APPEND))
        @log.sync = true
      else
        FileUtils.mkdir_p(File.dirname(log))
        @log = open(log, (File::WRONLY | File::APPEND | File::CREAT))
        @log.sync = true
        @log.write("# Logfile created on %s" % [Time.now.to_s])
      end
    end

    def add(severity, message = nil, progname = nil, &block)
      return if @level > severity
      message = (message || (block && block.call) || progname).to_s
      # If a newline is necessary then create a new message ending with a newline.
      # Ensures that the original message is not mutated.
      message = "#{message}\n" unless message[-1] == ?\n
      buffer << message
      auto_flush
      message
    end

    for severity in Severity.constants
      class_eval <<-EOT, __FILE__, __LINE__
        def #{severity.downcase}(message = nil, progname = nil, &block)
          add(#{severity}, message, progname, &block)
        end

        def #{severity.downcase}?
          #{severity} >= @level
        end
      EOT
    end

    # Set the auto-flush period. Set to true to flush after every log message,
    # to an integer to flush every N messages, or to false, nil, or zero to
    # never auto-flush. If you turn auto-flushing off, be sure to regularly
    # flush the log yourself -- it will eat up memory until you do.
    def auto_flushing=(period)
      @auto_flushing =
        case period
        when true;                1
        when false, nil, 0;       MAX_BUFFER_SIZE
        when Integer;             period
        else raise ArgumentError, "Unrecognized auto_flushing period: #{period.inspect}"
        end
    end

    def flush
      @guard.synchronize do
        unless buffer.empty?
          old_buffer = buffer
          clear_buffer
          @log.write(old_buffer.join)
        end
      end
    end

    def close
      flush
      @log.close if @log.respond_to?(:close)
      @log = nil
    end

    protected
      def auto_flush
        flush if buffer.size >= @auto_flushing
      end

      def buffer
        @buffer[Thread.current] ||= []
      end

      def clear_buffer
        @buffer.delete(Thread.current)
      end
  end
end
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