Module Disasm_options.Logger

module Logger: Logger.S 


type channel 
val fatal_channel : channel
val error_channel : channel
val result_channel : channel
val warning_channel : channel
val info_channel : channel
val debug_channel : channel
These predefined channels are flushed after each call and a newline character is inserted.
val fatal : ('a, Format.formatter, unit) Pervasives.format -> 'a
For messages that show a fatal failure, In this case, you should not be able to continue and exit code should follow the emission. Use error otherwise.
val error : ('a, Format.formatter, unit) Pervasives.format -> 'a
For error messages only.
val result : ('a, Format.formatter, unit) Pervasives.format -> 'a
For important results that will be displayed
val warning : ?level:int -> ('a, Format.formatter, unit) Pervasives.format -> 'a
For warning messages.
val set_warning_level : int -> unit
val get_warning_level : unit -> int
val info : ?level:int -> ('a, Format.formatter, unit) Pervasives.format -> 'a
Any info that should be displayed
val set_info_level : int -> unit
val get_info_level : unit -> int
val debug : ?level:int -> ('a, Format.formatter, unit) Pervasives.format -> 'a
debug ~level:n msg will be displayed if at least level n + 1 debug is activated
val set_debug_level : int -> unit
val get_debug_level : unit -> int
val set_tagged_entry : bool -> unit
set_tagged_entry Print channel identifiers, like warning for the warning channel, in front of messages to explicit their origins.

If might not be necessary if you use colors for example.

val set_log_level : string -> unit
Set logger to display only messages from that channel and those with higher loglevels.

Valid arguments in increasing order of loglevels are : "debug", "info", "warning", "error", "fatal"/"result".

You cannot turn off fatal_channel or result_channel.

val cli_handler : Arg.spec
val quiet : unit -> unit
val channel_set_color : bool -> channel -> unit
set_channel_color b chan activates (if b is true) or deactivates (if b is false) the emission of ANSI color tags for terminal.

You might want to deactivate the feature if you plan on analyzing the log in a file for example.

val channel_get_color : channel -> bool
val set_color : bool -> unit
Activate color tags rendering on all outputs.

In your format strings, tags of the form "@{<color>format@}" will thus be interpreted.

color can be any of the following:

format is any format string recognized by Format. For example, after activating color tags Format.printf "@{<purple>Hello!@}" will write "Hello!" in purple if your terminal has such features.
val get_color : unit -> bool