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bottle-log 1.0.0

Improved logging for Bottle.

Improved logging for Bottle.

Use

In order to catch exceptions from other plugins the LoggingPlugin should be the first plugin you install to the application.

import bottle
from bottle_log import LoggingPlugin

app = bottle.Bottle()
app.install(LoggingPlugin(app.config))

@app.get('/test')
def test(logger):
    logger.warning('This is only a test')
    return {}

Configuration

The plugin uses the following configuration keys:

logging.level

The logging level. Possible values: debug, info, warning, error, critical. Defaults to warning.

logging.format

The logging format. See the python logging documentation for the format. Defaults to “[%(asctime)s] %(levelname)s: %(name)s: %(message)s

logging.utc

If True, the default, time stamps are in UTC.

Logging

The standard logger, used by the logger keyword, prints to stderr by default.

Exception logging

This plugin also provides an exception logger (‘bottle.exception’). By default this logger does nothing, since bottle prints all exceptions to stderr, but it can be useful if you want to log exceptions to somewhere else. For example, logging to Logentries:

import bottle
from logentries import LogentriesHandler
from bottle_log import LoggingPlugin

app = bottle.Bottle()
app.install(LoggingPlugin(app.config))
le_handler = LogentriesHandler('logentries-api-token')
logging.getLogger('bottle.exception').addHandler(le_handler)
 
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