logz

easy log use for extra infos


Keywords
logz, extra, log
License
MIT
Install
pip install logz==0.15

Documentation

logz

easy use for log with extra infos

Features

  • very easy to use
  • log file name change from date
  • DayRottingLogger
  • log to email
  • safe extra fields
  • log multi vars and not just str
  • multiline log and indent for json
  • debug as default level

Install

$ pip install logz

Use

Simple Use

from logz import log
log.debug('debug msg')
log.info('info msg')
log.warning('warning msg')
log.error('error msg')
log.critical('critical mst')
try:
    assert 0
except AttributeError as ex:
    log.exception(ex)

output:

2019-12-12 22:39:43,584 DEBUG debug msg
2019-12-12 22:39:43,584 INFO info msg
2019-12-12 22:39:43,584 WARNING warning msg
2019-12-12 22:39:43,585 ERROR error msg
2019-12-12 22:39:43,585 CRITICAL critical mst
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Users/apple/Documents/Projects/logz/logz/__init__.py", line 199, in <module>
    assert 0
AssertionError

log multi vars one time

a = 'hello'
b = 1
c = [2]
d = {'name': 'kevin'}
log.info(a,b,c,d)

output:

2019-12-12 22:40:20,221 INFO hello 1 [2] {'name': 'kevin'}

Note: Change args form supporting %s format to supporting multi vars if you want to use something like:

import logging
logging.info('name=%s,age=%d', 'kevin',18)

you neet use like below:

from logz import log
log.info('name=%s,age=%d' % ('kevin',18))

output:

2019-12-12 22:41:58,024 INFO name=kevin,age=18

log to file

from logz import log
log.file='logs/project.log'

Note: logs directory must be exists

By default it's a rotting file and maxBytes=10240 and backUps=5

log to a file with name changes with date

from logz import log
log.file='logs/%Y-%m-%d.log'

And it's a day rotting file

log to email

from logz import log
log.email = dict(host="smtp.sina.com", user='test_results@sina.com', password='***',
                    receivers=['superhin@126.com'], capacity=10)

for i in range(20):
    log.error('这个是个错误日志')

change log level

log.level = 'info'
log.level = 20
log.debug('not show')
log.info('show info')

output:

2019-12-12 22:43:24,479 INFO show info

level string is not case sensitive

change log format

log.format = '%(asctime)s %(levelname)s %(name)s %(message)s'

with extra fields

log.format = '%(asctime)s %(levelname)s %(user)s %(message)s'
log.info('hello with no user')
log.info('hello with kevin', extra={'user': 'kevin'})

output:

2019-12-12 22:45:18,604 INFO None hello with no user
2019-12-12 22:45:18,604 INFO kevin hello with kevin

multiline and indent for dict

from logz import log
log.info({'foo': 'bar'}, indent=2)

output:

2019-12-09 19:30:16,419 DEBUG log None ->
{
  "foo": "bar"
}

user logit

from logz import logit

@logit
def add(a, b):
    return a+b

def calc():
    add(1, 20)

calc()

output:

2020-06-30 12:39:06,124 DEBUG calc -> add(1,20) return: 21 duration: 0.017280101776123047s

todo

  • log file to config maxBytes or else
  • log to html
  • log to db
  • log diff
  • log assert
  • log print
  • log to server using websocket
  • more decorators such as @explain @exception @timeit @email
  • support verbosity