A status indicator that you can modify.
# Custom print example Status('This is a test warning. Be warned!', 'warn') Status('Oh no, something has totally failed!', 'fail') Status('This is fine. Everything is fine.', 'ok') Status('Something happened.') Status()
- Put 0's back for now in timestamps so all statuses are aligned.
- Fixed bug where time wouldn't change after Status is called multiple times.
- The way this package is imported. From
from hyper_status.status import Statusto
from hyper_status import Status
- Ability to change colors just by editing the module's color dictionary after importing.
- You don't need to put anything at all in the Status, and it will print just the date.
- Amounts of colors, and the statuses that go with them.
- Where the status is placed. The warning string is now the first priority.
- Wrapper for catching errors, since a person should know how to catch errors and then use this package.
- Wrapper that now catches any incorrect indexes of colors.
- If status file is called, then there will be some examples of what you can get out of the status.
- Comments for readability.
- Colors within the timestamps.
- Different formatting for the change log.
- 0s before times in timestamps.
- Files imported from Xythrion.
- How the comments are formatted.
- Useless classmethods that didn't do anything useful.
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