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A terminal printer that's totally tailored to how I like terminal printouts. If this happens to also be how you like terminal printouts, this package may well be for you too.
poetry add consoler or
pip install consoler
from consoler import console console.log("This is a log level print out") console.info("This is an info level print out") console.warn("This is a warning level print out") try: 1 / 0 except Exception as e: console.error("Oh no!", e)
Using with Django you set a few things in the Django settings to affect behaviour of conoler.
DEBUG = True
True consoler will print to stdout, otherwise it will send the output to loguru.
CONSOLE_LOG_LEVEL = 'LOG'
You can set a log level for which message you want to reach the screen. Available levels are...
LOG INFO SUCCESS TEMPLATE WARN ERROR CONSOLE_PATH_PREFIX = ''
When developing in a docker container or VM, the start of consoler's file paths might not quite match your local filesystem. Set a prefix here to prepend to the output's path string. This is super useful if you use https://github.com/dandavison/iterm2-dwim to make file paths clickable in iTerm.
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