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Zero configuration JSON logger(r)

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Zero configuration JSON logger(r)

from loggerr import Loggerr

logger = Loggerr("warn")"Something going as expected", { "host": socket.gethostname() }) # ignored
logger.warn("Something must have gone terribly wrong") # sent

except Exception as e:
    logger.error(e, { request: "this was the request" })

Log level

Create logger instance with a minimal log level

Log levels are (respectively):

  • debug
  • verbose
  • info
  • warn
  • error
  • critical

For example, a logger with log level "warn" will only print logs with level "warn", "error", or "critical".


A couple of function synonyms have been placed to your convenience:

function will log with level
logger.log(...) "info"
logger.warning(...) "warn"
logger.fatal(...) "critical"
logger.panic(...) "critical"


Create: Loggerr class accepts one or two arguments:

  1. {string} Case insensitive name of minimal log level. defaults to 'info'
  2. {dictionary} {'Key':'Value'} pairs, optional. Persistent enrichment fields for all log records
logger = Loggerr(os.environ["LOG_LEVEL"], { "host": socket.gethostname() })

Send:Logger functions accept one or two arguments:

  1. {any} Record's "message" field. Traditionally this would be a string or an exception.
  2. {dictionary} {'Key':'Value'} pairs, optional. Values should be JSON serializable"something, something", { dark: "side" })

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