The LSST SQuaRE framework for Roundtable bots.
Safir is the SQuaRE Framework for Roundtable
Roundtable is the SQuaRE application and bot deployment platform, hosted on Kubernetes with Argo CD. Safir is a Python package that lets you develop Roundtable bots, based on the aiohttp.web asyncio web framework.
Install from PyPI:
pip install safir
The best way to create a new Safir-based Roundtable bot is with the roundtable_aiohttp_bot template.
Read more about Safir at https://safir.lsst.io
- Set up an aiohttp.ClientSession as part of the application start up an tear-down lifecycle.
- Set up structlog-based logging.
- Middleware for attaching request context to the logger to include a request UUID, method, and route in all log messages.
- Gather and structure Roundtable-standard metadata about your application.
The best way to start contributing to Safir is by cloning this repository creating a virtual environment, and running the init command:
git clone https://github.com/lsst-sqre/safir.git cd safir make init
For details, see https://safir.lsst.io/dev/development.html.
- configure_logging now supports an optional add_timestamp parameter (false by default) that adds a timestamp to each log message.
- Update dependencies.
- Fix duplicated log output when logging is configured multiple times.
- Update dependencies.
- The first release of Safir featuring:
- safir.http for adding an aiohttp.ClientSession to your application.
- safir.logging for configuring structlog loggers.
- safir.metadata helps your gather and structure metadata about your application for publishing on metadata endpoints.
- safir.middleware includes a logging middleware that adds a logger with bound context about the request to your Request object.
- Documentation about these features and a tutorial for starting a new application with the roundtable_aiohttp_bot template.
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