Fast access to some simple python logging tricks
Either find flog on PyPI or install it with pip or easy_install
pip install flog #or easy_install flog
Getting a logger: import flog, get a logger with flog.get_logger(__name__)
Logging calls: in and out Get a logger, decorate functions with flog.log_call(<your logger>)
Logging calls with sensitive args (such as passwords): Get a logger, decorate functions with flog.log_sensitive_call(<your logger>)
(new in version 0.1.0) In production environments, you may wish to run with the environment variable FLOG_NOWRAP set truthy. This will make flog.log_call and flog.log_sensitive_call exit as quickly as possible and not attempt to emit DEBUG-level statements. This can also be accomplished by running the interpreter in “optimized” mode (python -O <your entry> or by setting the PYTHONOPTIMIZE environment variable)
(new in version 0.2.0) flog.log_call and flog.log_sensitive_call both now optionally take a callable that will be called with logger-compatible arguments. Suggested uses would be to log at a higher-than-debug level, or piping into another stream handler.
This software is hereby released under the MIT License, as seen in the LICENSE file
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