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Easy logging to console or rotating file or socket for Python 3.

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## ylog


Simple and effective logging for Python 3, easy logging to console or rotating file or socket

### Install

pip install ylog

### Example Usage

# Default Stream or File Handler Format Is:
'[%(asctime)s %(name)s %(module)s:%(lineno)d %(levelname)s] %(message)s'

# Default Socket Handler Format Is:
'[%(asctime)s %(ip)s:%(name)s %(module)s:%(lineno)d %(levelname)s] %(message)s'

# Default Date Format Is:
'%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'

#### 1. Stream Logger

import ylog

logger = ylog.getConsoleLogger('loggerName')'Hello')

# show
[2018-06-07 12:50:35 ylog <stdin>:1 INFO] The StreamHandler is working

#### 2. File Logger

Rotating log files by date and size:

- If the file size is reached (default 100M) but the split date is not reached, then the existing log file (for example, app.log) is backed up as app.log.x( x from 1 to n).

- If the split date is reached, rename all log files (including app.log.x) with a timestamp. For example, app.log-1979-02-19-13:33:16.1

import ylog

logger = ylog.getFileLogger('./demo.log')'The fileHandler is working, no logger name')

# show
[2018-06-07 12:56:29 ylog <stdin>:1 INFO] The fileHandler is working, no logger name

# ---------------------- #

logger2 = ylog.getFileLogger('./demo.log', loggerName='demoLogger', size=200, date='y')'Files will be split after reaching 200M and 1 year')

# show
[2018-06-07 13:00:24 demoLogger <stdin>:1 INFO] Files will be split after reaching 200M and 1 year

#### 3. Socket Logger

> ylog SocketHandler is mainly used with `pylogserver`. When pylogserver is available, logs are sent to pylogserver in real time. When pylogserver is not available, logs are cached locally and automatically sent when communication is restored.

_Visit [pylogserver]( for more details on pylogserver_

When loggerName contains `||`, pylogserver will use the characters before `||` as the directory name, and the characters after `||` as the log file name. The following is the location of the log file on the pylogserver server.

import ylog

# './buff' is the local log cache directory
logger = ylog.getSocketLogger('ylog||test', '', 7000, './buff')'Send log to pylogserver')

$ tree
└── ylog
└── test.log

$ cat test.log

[2018-06-07 13:16:04 <stdin>:1 INFO] Send log to pylogserver

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