Quick and easy logging initialization
Just a simple python package which does logging initialization in a certain way.
17|12|19|00:18:58|+0100 14474:MainThread INFO |__init__.py.21 | This is an example 17|12|19|00:18:58|+0100 14474:MainThread WARNING |__init__.py.22 | Another one
As one can see it provides the filename where the log has been created, the Process ID , the Thread Name, and the full time (including). This is a package I created for my own benefit, as i found myself tired of always doing the same logging initalization.
Now i can just
pip install logfast wherever i am.
Most likely you will want to a have different logging format than me(so this package might be of no use to you). But if you want the same format feel free to use it.
pip install logfast
Make sure this is the first module you import in your application. This makes sure no other call is made first to logging. Otherwise other modules/libraries might overwrite the logging settings. This allows you to have multiple application entrypoints but have the same logging configuration.
import logfast logger = logfast.getLogger() logger.info("This is an example") logger.warning("Another one")
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