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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
:copyright: © 2010 by the Pallets team.
:license: BSD, see LICENSE for more details.
from __future__ import absolute_import
import logging
import sys
from werkzeug.local import LocalProxy
from .globals import request
def wsgi_errors_stream():
"""Find the most appropriate error stream for the application. If a request
is active, log to ``wsgi.errors``, otherwise use ``sys.stderr``.
If you configure your own :class:`logging.StreamHandler`, you may want to
use this for the stream. If you are using file or dict configuration and
can't import this directly, you can refer to it as
return request.environ['wsgi.errors'] if request else sys.stderr
def has_level_handler(logger):
"""Check if there is a handler in the logging chain that will handle the
given logger's :meth:`effective level <~logging.Logger.getEffectiveLevel>`.
level = logger.getEffectiveLevel()
current = logger
while current:
if any(handler.level <= level for handler in current.handlers):
return True
if not current.propagate:
current = current.parent
return False
#: Log messages to :func:`~flask.logging.wsgi_errors_stream` with the format
#: ``[%(asctime)s] %(levelname)s in %(module)s: %(message)s``.
default_handler = logging.StreamHandler(wsgi_errors_stream)
'[%(asctime)s] %(levelname)s in %(module)s: %(message)s'
def create_logger(app):
"""Get the ``''`` logger and configure it if needed.
When :attr:`~flask.Flask.debug` is enabled, set the logger level to
:data:`logging.DEBUG` if it is not set.
If there is no handler for the logger's effective level, add a
:class:`~logging.StreamHandler` for
:func:`~flask.logging.wsgi_errors_stream` with a basic format.
logger = logging.getLogger('')
if app.debug and logger.level == logging.NOTSET:
if not has_level_handler(logger):
return logger