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decorate stdin with current timestamp and optional tag

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stdin-tagger version stdin-tagger python compatibility say thanks!

stdin-tagger just decorate stdin with current timestamp and optional tag.

If you like this tool, just say thanks.

Current stable version


Python version

stdin-tagger works with Python 2.7 and 3.3+.

Some examples

Some examples:

# decorate with default timestamp
% echo something | stdin-tagger
2019-05-01 09:42:11.141874 something

# decorate with other timestamp format
% echo something | stdin-tagger --timestamp-format '%Y%m%d%H%M%S'
20190501094333 something 

# decorate with other timestamp format and UTC timezone
% echo something | stdin-tagger --timestamp-format '%Y%m%d%H%M%S' --timezone utc
20190501074610 something

# add additional tag right after timestamp
% echo something | stdin-tagger  --additional-tag '[some tag]'
2019-05-01 09:49:58.775573 [some tag] something


  1. Using PIP

stdin-tagger should work on any platform where Python is available, it means Linux, Windows, MacOS X etc.

Simplest way is to use Python's built-in package system:

pip install stdin-tagger
  1. Using pipsi

    pipsi install stdin-tagger



Marcin Sztolcman


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