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Sanic error handlert that integrates with Sentry

Project description

Travis PyPI

Sentry error handler for Sanic web server

Requirements

  • python >= 3.5

Installation

sanic-sentry-error-handler should be installed using pip:

pip install sanic-sentry-error-handler

Usage

SENTRY_DSN - Sentry DSN for your application

To begin we’ll set up a Sanic app:

>>> from sanic import Sanic
>>> from sanic_sentry import SanicSentryErrorHandler
>>> app = Sanic(__name__)
>>> app.error_handler = SanicSentryErrorHandler('http://public:secret@example.com/1')

If your application uses the Sanic exception handling views you might consider using decorator for intercepting the exceptions.

>>> from sanic import response, Sanic
>>> from sanic_sentry import SanicSentryErrorHandler
>>>
>>> sentry_client = SanicSentryErrorHandler('http://public:secret@example.com/1')
>>> app = Sanic(__name__)
>>>
>>>
>>> @app.exception([Exception, ])
>>> @sentry_client.intercept_exception
>>> def handle_exception_500(request, exception):
>>>     return response.json({"description": "Internal Server Error"}, status=500)

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