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PHP Log With Rotatation: Rotate log files that exceed a given size limit

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This class can rotate log files that exceed a given size limit.

It can write messages to log files in a given directory.

The class can also scan the directory where the log files are stored and rename the files that exceed a given limit, so the next log messages are written to new files.

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Name: PHP Log With Rotatation
Base name: log-with-rotation
Description: Rotate log files that exceed a given size limit
Version: 1.0
PHP version: 5.0
License: GNU General Public License (GPL)
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All time rank: 7491
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