WSGI listener middleware for WSGI Web Applications inspired by the
Request/Response Inspection for WSGI Web Applications
WSGI listener middleware for WSGI Web Applications inspired by the original wsgi-request-logger by Philipp Klaus and L. C. Rees.
Provides hooks during the request and response cycle by adding an extra level of indirection.
Instead of directly logging the response, this middleware provides an interface to easily inspect the request and response. The default behavior logs the response similarly to the original project. However, now additional listeners can be added to both the request and response cycle. The request and response body content is part of the interface.
Easily add loggers, emailers, event systems, etc, with the
todo: Ship to pypi Simply install this Python module via
pip install wsgi-listener
To add this middleware to your WSGI
application with the default response logger named
wsgilistener in Apache format.
from wsgi_listener import WSGIListenerMiddleware def application(environ, start_response): response_body = 'The request method was %s' % environ['REQUEST_METHOD'] response_body = response_body.encode('utf-8') response_headers = [('Content-Type', 'text/plain'), ('Content-Length', str(len(response_body)))] start_response('200 OK', response_headers) return [response_body] loggingapp = WSGIListenerMiddleware(application) if __name__ == '__main__': from wsgiref.simple_server import make_server http = make_server('', 8080, loggingapp) http.serve_forever()
The interface for the Request listeners is:
from abc import ABC, abstractmethod class AbstractBaseRequestListener(ABC): @abstractmethod def handle(self, environ: dict, request_body: bytes, **kwargs) -> None: """Defines the interface for Request listeners. Args: environ: The WSGI envion dictionary request_body: The bytes content of the request, if any **kwargs: Optional hook for additional data """
and the interface for Response listeners is:
from abc import ABC, abstractmethod class AbstractBaseResponseListener(ABC): @abstractmethod def handle(self, status_code: int, environ: dict, content_length: int, response_body: bytes, processing_time: float, **kwargs) -> None: """Defines the interface for Response listeners. Args: status_code: HTTP status code as integer environ: WSGI environ dictionary content_length: Number of bytes returned as int response_body: The response content, if any processing_time: The time in miliseconds to process the request **kwargs: Extensible hook """
Simply instantiate your hooks and add them during init or with the
This WSGI middleware was originally developed under the name wsgilog by L. C. Rees. It was forked by Philipp Klaus in 2013 to build a WSGI middleware for request logging rather than exception handling and logging, and then forked again by Jonny Fuller in 2019 to add the additional layer of indirection.
This software, wsgi-listener, is published under a 3-clause BSD license.
- The WSGI - Web Server Gateway Interface - is defined in PEP 333 with an update for Python 3 in PEP 3333.
- PyPI's listing of wsgi-request-logger
- This fork source code is hosted at Github (todo determine url)
- The original source code for this Python module is hosted on Github.
- A blog post with more background information and usage examples: wsgi-request-logger – Logging HTTP Requests With Any WSGI Web Application like Flask, Bottle or Django
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