This is a simple replacement for Util::Log which simply
prints output to stdout/stderr. Unlike Util::Log it has no
internal state, so you may create as many of them as you like
during a processing run. The main use for this class is for
issuing errors during initialization when the Util::Log
object has not yet been created.
Give a message to stdout.
Give a message to stdout with some dramatic decoration.
- error(level, message)
Signal an error to stderr.
Method to dump the contents of a file to stdout.
Method to dump the contents of a string to stdout.