A hierarchical and colourful logging module
Hierarchical Colored Logger Module for Python
HCLogger is a logging module using Termcolor and a hierarchical format to improve readability.
Note: this module was designed to deal with concurrency. However, it is encouraged to store thread logs into different log files.
pip install hclogger
As simple as it could be:
from HCLogger import Logger logger = Logger(filename='fname.log', verbose=False) logger.debug('This is a debug message.')
The hierarchy is added to functions. In order to add hierarchy on of the following alternatives must be used:
# The manual call logger.manual_log_func(func, args*) # The decorated call @logger.log_func def func(args): ... func()
Putting it all together:
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