co-log VS logging-facade

Compare co-log vs logging-facade and see what are their differences.


📓 Flexible and configurable modern #Haskell logging framework (by co-log)


An experimental logging API for Haskell, inspired by slf4j (by sol)
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co-log logging-facade
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228 11
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4.7 1.1
about 2 months ago 6 months ago
Haskell Haskell
Mozilla Public License 2.0 MIT License
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing co-log and logging-facade you can also consider the following projects:

tslogger - thread-safe logging

rollbar - error notification to

logging-facade-journald - Journald backend for logging-facade


di - Easy and powerful typeful logging without monad towers, in Haskell.

yet-another-logger - Haskell logging framework with a focus on flexibility and performance

katip-kafka - Kafka backend for Katip

rotating-log - Size-limited, concurrent, automatically-rotating log writer for Haskell production applications

lumberjack - Helps you trek through your code forest and generate logs.

greg-client - A very fast lightweight distributed logger with a high-precision global time axis

simple-log - Simple logging in Haskell