POSTLogger publishes log messages in batches to a URL
supplied during its construction.
Be sure to call POSTLogger.destroy when you're done with the logger in order to avoid leaks.
Calls [[debugFunction]] only if the log level is debug and emits the resulting string. Use the debug level to dump large or verbose messages that could slow down performance.
Permanently clean up the logger. A new logger must be created to resume logging.
Emits an error message if the log level is equal to or lower than error level.
Gets the current log level.
Emits an info message if the log level is equal to or lower than info level.
Sets the log level.
Emits a warning message if the log level is equal to or lower than warn level.
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