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Python logger used at Alkivi

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Python logger used at Alkivi

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Example

import logging

from alkivi.logger import Logger

#
# Define Logger
#
logger = Logger(min_log_level_to_mail=None,
                min_log_level_to_save=logging.DEBUG,
                min_log_level_to_print=logging.DEBUG,
                min_log_level_to_syslog=None,
                emails=['youremail@example.org'],
                use_root_logger=False) # If set to True will use root_logger

#
# All log level, from bottom to top
#
logger.debug('This is a debug comment')
logger.info('This is an info comment')
logger.warning('This is a warning comment')
logger.error('This is an error comment')
logger.critical('This is a critical comment')

try:
    1/0
except Exception as e:
    logger.exception('This is an exception comment')
    pass

#
# You can adjust log level on the fly
#
logger.set_min_level_to_mail(logging.WARNING)
logger.set_min_level_to_save(logging.WARNING)

#
# You can use loops
#
logger.new_loop_logger()
for i in range(0, 11):
    logger.new_iteration(prefix='i=%i' % (i))
    logger.debug("We are now prefixing all logger")
    if i == 9:
        logger.debug("Lets do another loop")
        logger.new_loop_logger()
        for j in range(0, 5):
            logger.new_iteration(prefix='j=%i' % (j))
            logger.debug("Alkivi pow@")

        # Dont forget to close logger or shit will happen
        logger.del_loop_logger()
    # Bonus point : if emailing is set, only send email for the loop we have
    # error
    if i == 10:
        logger.critical("We shall receive only mail for last loop")

logger.del_loop_logger()
logger.debug('We now remove an loop, thus a prefix')

Parameters

Tests

Testing is set up using pytest and coverage is handled with the pytest-cov plugin.

Run your tests with py.test in the root directory.

Coverage is ran by default and is set in the pytest.ini file. To see an html output of coverage open htmlcov/index.html after running the tests.

TODO

Travis CI

There is a .travis.yml file that is set up to run your tests for python 2.7 and python 3.2, should you choose to use it.

TODO

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