MatLab style commands logger for the Python interpreter
MatLab style commands logger for the Python interpreter, with added features.
Import the Diary class from the package and create a new instance. The commands you type in from now on will be logged into a file. Call
diary.off() to disable logging.
from pydiary import Diary Diary() # Turns diary on, saving commands to the default file diary.py ... # The current active diary is automatically assigned to a variable called "diary" diary.off() # Turns diary off
You can pass a custom path for the diary file and save the instance to re-enable it afterwards:
# Turns diary on, saving commands to a file called mydiary.py in the current directory my_diary = Diary('mydiary.py') # You can save a reference to the Diary instance to use it later ... my_diary.off() ... my_diary.on() # Turns on the previously created diary
By default pydiary uses an internal string buffer to keep the diary file free for manual changes, and only writes to it when you turn off the diary.
You can force pydiary to flush commands to the file by calling
diary.discard() if you want to discard all commands not yet written to the diary file.
You can force pydiary to operate in direct mode by setting the
buffered parameter to
False when creating an instance.
In this mode pydiary will write commands directly to the diary file. Note that due to the way Python handles writing to files, the commands may not be written immediately and you may still need to call
diary.off() to see them in the file.
Improvement, Issues report
Suggest improvements or features, report bugs at https://github.com/nathanlepori/pydiary/issues
- Nathan Lepori
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