Logging messages into JavaScript console
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log2jsconsole

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It provides a simple WSGI middleware that helps to log messages into JavaScript console object. For example, if you log messages like:

logger = logging.getLogger('my.logger')
logger.warning('warning message')
logger.debug('debug message')

The middleware automatically appends codes like following JavaScript:

<script>
// <![CDATA[
if (console) {
  console.warn('my.logger: warning message');
  console.debug('my.logger: debug message');
}
// ]]>
</script>

Installation

You can install it by downloading from PyPI through pip or easy_install:

$ pip install log2jsconsole

How to use

Assume that your WSGI application name is app:

from yourapp import app
from log2jsconsole import LoggingMiddleware

app = LoggingMiddleware(app)

Or you can add this as a filter of Python Paste:

[filter:log]
use = egg:log2jsconsole
auto_install = True

Changelog

Version 0.4

Released on June 7, 2013.

  • Support for Python Paste filter entry point. [#1 by Roberto De Almeida]
  • Fixed incompatibile signature (according to PEP 333) of start_response. [#1 by Roberto De Almeida]

Version 0.3

Released on November 28, 2011.

  • Fixed a bug of Content-Type detection.

Version 0.2

Released on November 28, 2011.

  • Fixed a bug of Content-Type detection.

Version 0.1

Initially released on November 26, 2011.