Handle uncaught exceptions and log them to GitLab as issues.
Python gitlab reporter
A custom exception handler that can be used to (re)open issues on Gitlab for projects written in Python.
The aim was to build a very small module that is easy to use and that works with a local Gitlab instance. This module is useful for those who want to aggregate runtime errors in a central location without using third-party software (e.g. sentry.io, etc).
Duplicate errors will be tracked in a single issue and will not be duplicated to avoid error-spamming.
The script is thread-safe and handles errors from
The module is available on Pypi:
pip install python-gitlab-reporter
In your Python project call:
from reporter.core import Reporter Reporter.init("https://gitlab.com", private_token="12345657678890", project_id=123456)
How does it work?
The script adds custom hooks to sys.excepthook and
These wrap around the original hooks and send issues to Gitlab. Any error that is caused by
itself is ignored. The original
threading.excepthook will always be called, so that
the exceptions still terminate the program, etc.
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