A logging framework handler that tracks when messages above a certain level have been logged.
This is a handler for the python standard logging framework that can be used to tell whether messages have been logged at or above a certain level.
This can be useful when wanting to ensure that no errors have been logged before committing data back to a database.
As an example, first, you set up the error handler:
>>> from errorhandler import ErrorHandler >>> e = ErrorHandler()
Then you can log and check the handler at any point to see if it has been triggered:
>>> e.fired False >>> from logging import getLogger >>> logger = getLogger() >>> logger.error('an error') >>> e.fired True
You can use the fired attribute to only perform actions when no errors have been logged:
>>> if e.fired: ... print "Not updating files as errors have occurred" Not updating files as errors have occurred
Do the following in your virtualenv:
pip install errorhandler
The latest documentation can also be found at: http://errorhandler.readthedocs.org/en/latest/
Copyright (c) 2008-2015 Simplistix Ltd, 2016 Chris Withers. See docs/license.txt for details.
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