Utility package for logging in Python
Configure your logging with a YAML file. A simple and light weight logging configuration is provided by default.
To install tentalog in your environment you can simply use
pip install tentalog
Logging with Tentacle
The Tentacle is the single unit of tentalog, managing a single logger. To start logging with tentacle you can do something like this:
from tentalog import Tentacle tentacle = Tentacle(name='mylogger') logger = tentacle.logger logger.info("Hello World")
This code will use the tentalog default configuration, that contains the configuration of two logging handlers, one for the console and one for a time based file rotation of 15 days. If the "mylogger" logger is not found in configuration, the "root" logger will be used and a warning message will be showed. If the name of the logger is specified, the "root" logger will be used. If you want to use a custom configuration you can just initialize your Tentacle in this way:
tentacle = Tentacle(path='myconf.yaml')
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