PyLogs is a python library made by Krypton so that it is easier for everyone to add logs into their python projects.
By following the incoming instructions, you will be able to get PyLogs into any of your projects.
To be able to use PyLogs you will need:
- Python 3.x
- Python IDE (PyCharm)
- Open your command prompt or terminal and install PyLogs with the following command
For only the current user:
pip install --user py-logs
For all the computer users:
pip install py-logs
- To start using PyLogs you need to import
import pylogs print(pylogs.__name__ + ", Version " + pylogs.__version__) print("Made by " + pylogs.__author__)
- To create new logs you will need to use, for example, the
import pylogs print(pylogs.__name__ + ", Version " + pylogs.__version__) print("Made by " + pylogs.__author__ + "\n\n") # Prints Critical Error Message With Color pylogs.critical("Critical Error Message", True) # Prints Critical Error Message Without Color pylogs.critical("Critical Error Message", False) # Prints Warning Message With Color pylogs.warning("Warning Message", True) # Prints Warning Message Without Color pylogs.warning("Warning Message", False)
If you still do not understand after following these steps, there is an example file called Example.py.
Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests to this project.
Bugs & TODOs
The list of known bugs of PyLogs is available here.
The TODO list of PyLogs is available here.
Before submitting any issues, make sure to read the known bugs file.
Submit your issues that you encounter while installing and using PyLogs here.
- Krypton - Initial work - kkrypt0nn