causally related logging messages
Logs that explain when, where, and why things happen.
jotting is a log system for Python that can be used to record the causal history of an asynchronous or distributed system. These histories are composed of actions which, once “started”, will begin “working”, potentially spawn other actions, and eventually end as a “success” or “failure”. In the end you’re left with a breadcrumb trail of information that you can use to squash bugs with minimal boilerplate.
Jotting was heavily inspired by eliot (https://eliot.readthedocs.io/).
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