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Python errors Catcher module for Hawk.

Project description

Python errors Catcher module for Hawk.so.

Usage

First of all, you should register an account on hawk.so.

Then register your project.

You’ll get token for the project on email or you can just copy it on settings page.

Install module

Install hawkcatcher from PyPI.

$ pip3 install hawkcatcher

Import Catcher module to your project.

from hawkcatcher import Hawk

Then initialize Hawk class with your token.

Hawk('1234567-abcd-8901-efgh-123456789012')

Now all global errors would be sent to Hawk.

Try-except

If you want to catch errors in try-except blocks then use raise in except:

try:
    ...
except:
    raise

Custom Exceptions

You can raise any exception and it would be caught.

raise Exception('I do not understand you')

Also you can use your own exceptions.

class MyException(Exception):

    def __init__(self, message):
        self.message = message

    def __str__(self):
        return repr(self.message)

raise MyException('Uhh, what?')

Init params

There are two way to init Hawk module.

Token

Just enter a project token.

Hawk('1234567-abcd-8901-efgh-123456789012')

Params dictionary

If you need to use custom Hawk server.

Hawk({
    'token': '1234567-abcd-8901-efgh-123456789012',
    'domain': 'myproject.codex',
    'host': 'hawk.so',
    'path': 'catcher/python',
    'secure': True,
})

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