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Project Description

exlogging

Supports to setup python standard logging package.

How to use

The way to use exlogging almost same with Python standard logging. First, you can call init function with config dict. After that, completely same with logging.

import exlogging

config = {
    'file': {
        'level': 'debug',
        'filename': '/path/to/logfile'
    }
    # You can conbinate with other handlers.
}

# If you call init function without second parameter(name), exlogging setup root logger.
exlogging.init(config)

bloging.debug("Hello exlogging!")

# If you want to use named logger, you can call init function with config and name
exlogging.init(config, 'example')

# You can access named logger via getLogger function
example_logger = exlogging.getLogger('example')
example_logger.info('You named logger')

exlogging or getLogger response object has debug, info, warning, error, exception and critical functions. If you pass ‘warning` as level in config dict to init function, when you call warning, error, critical or critical, it will be logged, but when you call info or debug function, it is not logged.

Logger is common in your application, so you can setup logger via exlogging at your application entry point, you can use the logger anywhere.

Handlers

Common settings

All handlers have level and format.

Levels
  • critical
  • error
  • warning
  • info
  • debug
  • notset
Format

If you don’t pass log_format here, exlogging uses this format: %(levelname)s %(name)s - %(asctime)s - File: %(pathname)s - Line: %(lineno)d - Func: %(funcName)s Message: %(message)s

See https://docs.python.org/3.5/library/logging.html#logrecord-attributes

FileHandler

When you call logger function, record the message in file at filename.

'file': {
    'level': str, # requirement
    'format': str, # optional
    'filename': str # requirement
}

RotatingFileHandler

When you call logger function, record the message in file at filename.

'file': {
    'level': str, # requirement
    'format': str, # optional
    'filename': str, # requirement
    'max_bytes': int, # optional
    'backup_count': int # optional
}

EmailHandler

When you call logger function, send an email with the message.

'email': {
    'level': str, # requirement
    'format': str, # optional
    'smtp_host': str, # requirement
    'smtp_port': int, # requirement
    'email_from': str, # requirement
    'email_to': str, # requirement
    'email_subject': str, # requirement
    'smtp_username': str, # requirement
    'smtp_password': str # requirement
}
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Release History

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