public class LogConfigurator : NSObject

Configures the location of the logs (defined by [LoggerOutput]) and the exact logs that should be written (defined by LogLevel). To use LogConfigurator, you must initialize a LogConfiguration, which takes two parameters:

  • a list of outputs of the type [LoggerOutput]
  • a logLevel of the type LoggingLevel. A typical use case for LogConfigurator initialization is as follows:

    let config = LogConfiguration(outputs: [ConsoleOutput()], logLevel: .critical)
    LogConfigurator.configure(logConfig: config)


This may cause unexpected behaviour as only one logger can be defined in the entire app.


This is a Public Preview API. It may be changed or removed at any time.