Report Internal Server Errors as Issues
Exreporter is an MIT Licensed library, written in Python to report internal server errors and exceptions in background applications to issue trackers such as Github.
This will help in reducing the dependency on error emails for internal server error notifications and to manage them in a single, right place. Reported issues contain everything a developer needs, debugging got a whole lot simpler.
Also it should be easy to use:
from exreporter.credentials import GithubCredentials from exreporter.stores import GithubStore from exreporter import ExReporter gc = GithubCredentials(user="username", repo="repo-name", auth_token="personal-token") gs = GithubStore(credentials=gc) reporter = ExReporter(store=gs, labels=['Bug']) reporter.report()
- Creates issues in issue trackers
- Aggregate same kind of issues
- Handle multiple occurrence
Usage reference available at https://exreporter.readthedocs.org/en/latest/usage.html
Documentation is available at https://exreporter.readthedocs.org/.
- Add support for Bitbucket
- First release on PyPI.
- Change development status to Alpha.
- Also add contrib module - django_middlewares
- Change public API
- Refactor github issue search
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