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Send an error email when an you get an exception.

Project description

Send an error email when an you get an exception.

  • Free software: BSD license
  • Documentation: See Below

What does it do?

Here is how it works:

with ErrorEmail(email_config):
    do_stuff()

If do_stuff raises an exception, it will send an email with the traceback. That’s it.

Configuration

The ErrorEmail context manager accepts a configuration dictionary that defines the To, From and SMTP server information. Here is an example:

{
  'SERVER': 'smtp.myhost.com',
  'PORT': 25,
  'TO': ['foo@bar.com', 'baz@bar.com'],
  'FROM': 'erroremailer@myhost.com',
}

ErrorEmail doesn’t have robust email support at the moment. I’m happy to accept pull requests!

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