Python Scribe Logger

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Scribe logger

This package contains a low level interface for writing to Scribe, as well as a higher level log handler which plays nicely with Python’s logging facilities.

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Supports Python 2.7


Installation

pip install scribe-logger


Testing locally

$ git clone https://github.com/adilansari/python-scribe-logger.git
$ cd python-scribe-logger
$ pip install -U -r requirements.txt
$ python runtests.py

Logger usage

from scribe_logger.logger import ScribeLogHandler
import logging

my_logger = logging.getLogger('MyLogger')
my_logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)

scribe = ScribeLogHandler('localhost', 1464, category='test_category')
scribe.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)
my_logger.addHandler(scribe)

my_logger.info('This is a test message')

Exceptions are suppressed by default. Use silent=False to raise them:

scribe = ScribeLogHandler('localhost', 1464, category='test_category', silent=False)

Writer usage

from scribe_logger.writer import ScribeWriter

writer = ScribeWriter('localhost', 1464, 'test_category')
try:
    writer.write('test_message_1')
    writer.write(['test_message_1', 'test_message_2', 'test_message_3'])
except ScribeLoggerError:
    raise

Exceptions are raised by default. Use silent=True to suppress them:

writer = ScribeWriter('localhost', 1464, 'test_category', silent=True)
writer.write('test_message_1')
writer.write(['test_message_1', 'test_message_2', 'test_message_3'])

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