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Easily bind new fields into your logger instances.

# Original logger
logger = logging.getLogger('a')'Hello')

logger = logbind.bind(logger, id=12345)'Hello')  # <- This logrecord has an extra field "id"

logger = logbind.bind(logger, abc=67890)'Hello')  # <- logrecord has two extra fields: "id" and "abc"

This feature will be most useful with a structured logging formatter, such as JSON. You could try logjson for example.

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