In my vanilla CodeIgniter applications, I can switch on logging in config.php and type within my PHP:
This results in a log file in ./application/logs
It seems I can do this in Fuel too however the resulting log file never shows any of my "log_message()" calls - just the standard "you opened this model" style reports...
Should I be using this instead?
If so, I don't get any logs for it anywhere.
I've not found anything specific in the Fuel User Guide regarding a code logging system different to CodeIgniter's. What am I missing?