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Parse and generate log lines in the logfmt style.

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Logfmt
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Python package for parsing log lines in the `logfmt` style. See the
original project by Blake Mizerany and Keith Rarick for information
about `logfmt` conventions and use: https://github.com/kr/logfmt


Using logfmt
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Easily process lines from `logfmt` formatted input: ::

from logfmt import parse

input = StringIO('\n'.join(['key1=value1', 'key2=value2']))
for values in parse(input):
print values

This program produces this output: ::

{'key1': 'value1'}
{'key2': 'value2'}


Easily generate lines in `logfmt` formatted output ::

from logfmt import format

for line in format({'key1': 'value1'}, {'key2': 'value2'}):
print line


This program produces this output: ::

key1="value1"
key2="value2"



Installation
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To install it, simply: ::

pip install logfmt



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