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log into a file and push it to aws s3

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# awsLogger

AwsLogger is a simple logging utility.
It allow you to log all type of data ( string, numbers, list, dictionaries or even custom objects ) into a file and push it to amazon s3.

## Installation

```
pip install awsLogger
```

## How to use

First import awsLogger:

```
import awsLogger
```

To log on your local machine:

```
awsLogger.log("this will be added to your log file", config)
```

To push current file to amazon s3:

```
awsLogger.push(config)
```

To log on your local machine and push to amazon s3:

```
awsLogger.logAndPush("this will be added to your log file and pushed to aws", config)
```

## How to configure

```
config = {
"awsId":<Your aws api id>,
"awsSecret":<Your aws api secret key>,
"projectId":<Identifier, if bucket name is not specifed, it will be used as bucket name, it will be used to generate a log file name if no log file name is specified>,
"bucketName":<The s3 bucket where to put the log file>,
"bucketPathFromRoot":<path on s3 bucket>
"fileName":"logfile name"
"filePath":"local file path"
}
```

All configuration entries are optional. if no awsId and no awsSecret are given, it will use your system default.


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