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elegant console logger for python

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🖥 Consoly

Elegant Console Logger for Python



From PyPI

pip install consoly

From Github

pip install git+

Getting Started

from consoly import consoly

consoly.error('Oh shit...')
consoly.warning('Chill')'Just some information')
consoly.debug('Fuck bugs')
from consoly import consoly

consoly.level = consoly.DEBUG
consoly.defaults = { 'badge': True, 'time': True }

consoly.error('Oh shit...')
consoly.warning('Chill')'Just some information')
consoly.debug('Fuck bugs')


type of levels

type level alias
critical 50 consoly.CRITICAL
error 40 consoly.ERROR
warning 30 consoly.WARNING
info 20 consoly.INFO
debug 10 consoly.DEBUG

custom type of level

consoly.types['success'] = {
    'level': 25,
    'icon': '✔'
consoly.level = consoly.SUCCESS
consoly.success('it works')


default instance consoly is created by Consoly(FancyFormatter())


default to 0 ( print every messages )

consoly.level = consoly.ERROR


default to {}

this is the default options pass to formatter

consoly.defaults = { 'badge': True }


see type of levels


see Formatter


default formatter is FancyFormatter


option for FancyFormatter

# set option default
consoly.defaults = { 'badge': True, 'time': True, 'short': True }

# set option directly
consoly.debug('hello', badge = True, time = True, short = True)

set output file ( default is sys.stdout )

consoly.formatter.file = open('service.log', 'w')

custom formatter

from consoly import Formatter

class MyFormatter(Formatter):
    def format(self, text, typeData, formatData):
        name  = typeData['name']
        color = typeData['color']
        bold  = formatData.get('bold', False)
        if bold: color = color.bold
        self.write(f'{color.paint(name)} - {text}')

consoly.formatter = MyFormatter()

For example consoly.error('test', testOption = 10)

text will be test
typeData will be
    'name': 'error',
    'level': 40,
    'icon': '✖'
formatData will be
    'testOption': 10

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