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Python logging for Humans

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Python logging for Humans. It’s very easy to use in an application setting.

For example

>>> import alog
>>> alog.info("Hi.")
2016-08-18 20:44:30,208 INFO  <stdin> Hi.
>>> def test():
...     alog.info("Test 1")
...     alog.error("Test 2")
...
>>> test()
2016-08-18 20:45:19,372 INFO  <stdin:2> Test 1
2016-08-18 20:45:19,372 ERROR <stdin:3> Test 2
>>> alog.set_level("ERROR")
>>> test()
2016-08-18 20:45:41,788 ERROR <stdin:3> Test 2

In IPython

In [1]: >>> import alog
   ...: >>> alog.info("Hi.")
   ...: >>> alog.error("Och!")
   ...: >>> alog.set_level("ERROR")
   ...: >>> alog.info("Hi.")
   ...: >>> alog.error("Och!")
   ...:
2016-08-18 20:42:57,801 INFO  <IPython:2> Hi.
2016-08-18 20:42:57,801 ERROR <IPython:3> Och!
2016-08-18 20:42:57,802 ERROR <IPython:6> Och!

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