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package logging

import "go.chromium.org/luci/common/logging"

Package logging defines Logger interface and context.Context helpers to put\get logger from context.Context.

Unfortunately standard library doesn't define any Logger interface (only struct). And even worse: GAE logger is exposing different set of methods. Some additional layer is needed to unify the logging. Package logging is intended to be used from packages that support both local and GAE environments. Such packages should not use global logger but must accept instances of Logger interface (or even more generally context.Context) as parameters. Then callers can pass appropriate Logger implementation (or inject appropriate logger into context.Context) depending on where the code is running.

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Package Files

config.go exported.go fields.go level.go logging.go null.go

Constants

const DefaultLevel = Info

DefaultLevel is the default Level value.

const (
    // ErrorKey is a logging field key to use for errors.
    ErrorKey = "error"
)

func Debugf Uses

func Debugf(c context.Context, fmt string, args ...interface{})

Debugf is a shorthand method to call the current logger's Errorf method.

func Errorf Uses

func Errorf(c context.Context, fmt string, args ...interface{})

Errorf is a shorthand method to call the current logger's Errorf method.

func Infof Uses

func Infof(c context.Context, fmt string, args ...interface{})

Infof is a shorthand method to call the current logger's Errorf method.

func IsLogging Uses

func IsLogging(c context.Context, l Level) bool

IsLogging tests whether the context is configured to log at the specified level.

Individual Logger implementations are supposed to call this function when deciding whether to log the message.

func Logf Uses

func Logf(c context.Context, l Level, fmt string, args ...interface{})

Logf is a shorthand method to call the current logger's logging method which corresponds to the supplied log level.

func SetError Uses

func SetError(c context.Context, err error) context.Context

SetError returns a context with its error field set.

func SetFactory Uses

func SetFactory(c context.Context, f Factory) context.Context

SetFactory sets the Logger factory for this context.

The factory will be called each time Get(context) is used.

func SetField Uses

func SetField(c context.Context, key string, value interface{}) context.Context

SetField is a convenience method for SetFields for a single key/value pair.

func SetFields Uses

func SetFields(c context.Context, fields Fields) context.Context

SetFields adds the additional fields as context for the current Logger. The display of these fields depends on the implementation of the Logger. The new context will contain the combination of its current Fields, updated with the new ones (see Fields.Copy). Specifying the new fields as nil will clear the currently set fields.

func SetLevel Uses

func SetLevel(c context.Context, l Level) context.Context

SetLevel sets the Level for this context.

It can be retrieved with GetLevel(context).

func Warningf Uses

func Warningf(c context.Context, fmt string, args ...interface{})

Warningf is a shorthand method to call the current logger's Errorf method.

type Config Uses

type Config struct {
    Level Level
}

Config is a logging configuration structure.

func (*Config) AddFlags Uses

func (c *Config) AddFlags(fs *flag.FlagSet)

AddFlags adds common flags to a supplied FlagSet.

func (*Config) AddFlagsPrefix Uses

func (c *Config) AddFlagsPrefix(fs *flag.FlagSet, prefix string)

AddFlagsPrefix adds common flags to a supplied FlagSet with a prefix.

A string prefix must be supplied which will be prepended to each added flag verbatim.

func (*Config) Set Uses

func (c *Config) Set(ctx context.Context) context.Context

Set returns a new context configured to use logging level passed via the command-line level flag.

type Factory Uses

type Factory func(context.Context) Logger

Factory is a function that returns a Logger instance bound to the specified context.

The given context will be used to detect logging level and fields.

func GetFactory Uses

func GetFactory(c context.Context) Factory

GetFactory returns the currently-configured logging factory (or nil).

type FieldEntry Uses

type FieldEntry struct {
    Key   string      // The field's key.
    Value interface{} // The field's value.
}

FieldEntry is a static representation of a single key/value entry in a Fields.

func (*FieldEntry) String Uses

func (e *FieldEntry) String() string

String returns the string representation of the field entry: "<key>":"<value>".

type Fields Uses

type Fields map[string]interface{}

Fields maps string keys to arbitrary values.

Fields can be added to a Context. Fields added to a Context augment those in the Context's parent Context, overriding duplicate keys. When Fields are added to a Context, they are copied internally for retention.

Fields can also be added directly to a log message by calling its logging passthrough methods. This immediate usage avoids the overhead of duplicating the fields for retention.

func GetFields Uses

func GetFields(c context.Context) Fields

GetFields returns the current Fields.

This method is used for logger implementations with the understanding that the returned fields must not be mutated.

func NewFields Uses

func NewFields(v map[string]interface{}) Fields

NewFields instantiates a new Fields instance by duplicating the supplied map.

func WithError Uses

func WithError(err error) Fields

WithError returns a Fields instance containing an error.

func (Fields) Copy Uses

func (f Fields) Copy(other Fields) Fields

Copy returns a copy of this Fields with the keys from other overlaid on top of this one's.

func (Fields) Debugf Uses

func (f Fields) Debugf(c context.Context, fmt string, args ...interface{})

Debugf is a shorthand method to call the current logger's Errorf method.

func (Fields) Errorf Uses

func (f Fields) Errorf(c context.Context, fmt string, args ...interface{})

Errorf is a shorthand method to call the current logger's Errorf method.

func (Fields) Infof Uses

func (f Fields) Infof(c context.Context, fmt string, args ...interface{})

Infof is a shorthand method to call the current logger's Errorf method.

func (Fields) SortedEntries Uses

func (f Fields) SortedEntries() (s []*FieldEntry)

SortedEntries processes a Fields object, pruning invisible fields, placing the ErrorKey field first, and then sorting the remaining fields by key.

func (Fields) String Uses

func (f Fields) String() string

String returns a string describing the contents of f in a sorted, dictionary-like format.

func (Fields) Warningf Uses

func (f Fields) Warningf(c context.Context, fmt string, args ...interface{})

Warningf is a shorthand method to call the current logger's Errorf method.

type Level Uses

type Level int

Level is an enumeration consisting of supported log levels.

const (
    Debug Level = iota
    Info
    Warning
    Error
)

Defined log levels.

func GetLevel Uses

func GetLevel(c context.Context) Level

GetLevel returns the Level for this context. It will return DefaultLevel if none is defined.

func (*Level) Set Uses

func (l *Level) Set(v string) error

Set implements flag.Value.

func (Level) String Uses

func (l Level) String() string

String implements flag.Value.

type Logger Uses

type Logger interface {
    // Debugf formats its arguments according to the format, analogous to
    // fmt.Printf and records the text as a log message at Debug level.
    Debugf(format string, args ...interface{})

    // Infof is like Debugf, but logs at Info level.
    Infof(format string, args ...interface{})

    // Warningf is like Debugf, but logs at Warning level.
    Warningf(format string, args ...interface{})

    // Errorf is like Debugf, but logs at Error level.
    Errorf(format string, args ...interface{})

    // LogCall is a generic logging function. This is oriented more towards
    // utility functions than direct end-user usage.
    LogCall(l Level, calldepth int, format string, args []interface{})
}

Logger interface is ultimately implemented by underlying logging libraries (like go-logging or GAE logging). It is the least common denominator among logger implementations.

Logger instance is bound to some particular context that defines logging level and extra message fields.

Implementations register factories that produce Loggers (using 'SetFactory' function), and top level functions (like 'Infof') use them to grab instances of Logger bound to passed contexts. That's how they know what logging level to use and what extra fields to add.

var Null Logger = nullLogger{}

Null is a logger that silently ignores all messages.

func Get Uses

func Get(c context.Context) Logger

Get the current Logger, or a logger that ignores all messages if none is defined.

Directories

PathSynopsis
gkeloggerPackage gkelogger is a simple logger that outputs all log entries as single- line JSON objects to stdout.
gologgerPackage gologger is a compatibility layer between go-logging library and luci-go/common/logging.
memlogger
teelogger

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