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Better, prettier commandline logging.

Project Description

Better console logging for Python.

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Getting Started


  • Python 2.6+ or Python 3.5+
  • termcolor


pip install console-logging

If building from source: bash pipe from inside this repo.



from console_logging.console import Console
console = Console()

console.log("Hello world!")


from console_logging import console

console.log("Hello World!")

Exhaustive Reference

console.log("This is a log.")
console.error("This is an error.")"This is some neutral info.")
console.success("This is a success message.")

# If using the new usage:
console.setVerbosity(4) # verbosity from 1 - 5, in order:
[1] Errors
[2] Successes
[3] Logs
[4] Info
[5] Secure
console.mute() # shorthand for setVerbosity(0)


For an exhaustive example, see tests/


  • termcolor module for colors

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