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Akshay Shah Add an alias for zapcore.Field 38f1589 Apr 13, 2018
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// Copyright (c) 2016 Uber Technologies, Inc.
//
// Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
// of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
// in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
// to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
// copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
// furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
//
// The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
// all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
//
// THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
// IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
// FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
// AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
// LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
// OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
// THE SOFTWARE.
package zap
import (
"fmt"
"go.uber.org/zap/zapcore"
"go.uber.org/multierr"
)
const (
_oddNumberErrMsg = "Ignored key without a value."
_nonStringKeyErrMsg = "Ignored key-value pairs with non-string keys."
)
// A SugaredLogger wraps the base Logger functionality in a slower, but less
// verbose, API. Any Logger can be converted to a SugaredLogger with its Sugar
// method.
//
// Unlike the Logger, the SugaredLogger doesn't insist on structured logging.
// For each log level, it exposes three methods: one for loosely-typed
// structured logging, one for println-style formatting, and one for
// printf-style formatting. For example, SugaredLoggers can produce InfoLevel
// output with Infow ("info with" structured context), Info, or Infof.
type SugaredLogger struct {
base *Logger
}
// Desugar unwraps a SugaredLogger, exposing the original Logger. Desugaring
// is quite inexpensive, so it's reasonable for a single application to use
// both Loggers and SugaredLoggers, converting between them on the boundaries
// of performance-sensitive code.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Desugar() *Logger {
base := s.base.clone()
base.callerSkip -= 2
return base
}
// Named adds a sub-scope to the logger's name. See Logger.Named for details.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Named(name string) *SugaredLogger {
return &SugaredLogger{base: s.base.Named(name)}
}
// With adds a variadic number of fields to the logging context. It accepts a
// mix of strongly-typed Field objects and loosely-typed key-value pairs. When
// processing pairs, the first element of the pair is used as the field key
// and the second as the field value.
//
// For example,
// sugaredLogger.With(
// "hello", "world",
// "failure", errors.New("oh no"),
// Stack(),
// "count", 42,
// "user", User{Name: "alice"},
// )
// is the equivalent of
// unsugared.With(
// String("hello", "world"),
// String("failure", "oh no"),
// Stack(),
// Int("count", 42),
// Object("user", User{Name: "alice"}),
// )
//
// Note that the keys in key-value pairs should be strings. In development,
// passing a non-string key panics. In production, the logger is more
// forgiving: a separate error is logged, but the key-value pair is skipped
// and execution continues. Passing an orphaned key triggers similar behavior:
// panics in development and errors in production.
func (s *SugaredLogger) With(args ...interface{}) *SugaredLogger {
return &SugaredLogger{base: s.base.With(s.sweetenFields(args)...)}
}
// Debug uses fmt.Sprint to construct and log a message.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Debug(args ...interface{}) {
s.log(DebugLevel, "", args, nil)
}
// Info uses fmt.Sprint to construct and log a message.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Info(args ...interface{}) {
s.log(InfoLevel, "", args, nil)
}
// Warn uses fmt.Sprint to construct and log a message.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Warn(args ...interface{}) {
s.log(WarnLevel, "", args, nil)
}
// Error uses fmt.Sprint to construct and log a message.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Error(args ...interface{}) {
s.log(ErrorLevel, "", args, nil)
}
// DPanic uses fmt.Sprint to construct and log a message. In development, the
// logger then panics. (See DPanicLevel for details.)
func (s *SugaredLogger) DPanic(args ...interface{}) {
s.log(DPanicLevel, "", args, nil)
}
// Panic uses fmt.Sprint to construct and log a message, then panics.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Panic(args ...interface{}) {
s.log(PanicLevel, "", args, nil)
}
// Fatal uses fmt.Sprint to construct and log a message, then calls os.Exit.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Fatal(args ...interface{}) {
s.log(FatalLevel, "", args, nil)
}
// Debugf uses fmt.Sprintf to log a templated message.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Debugf(template string, args ...interface{}) {
s.log(DebugLevel, template, args, nil)
}
// Infof uses fmt.Sprintf to log a templated message.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Infof(template string, args ...interface{}) {
s.log(InfoLevel, template, args, nil)
}
// Warnf uses fmt.Sprintf to log a templated message.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Warnf(template string, args ...interface{}) {
s.log(WarnLevel, template, args, nil)
}
// Errorf uses fmt.Sprintf to log a templated message.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Errorf(template string, args ...interface{}) {
s.log(ErrorLevel, template, args, nil)
}
// DPanicf uses fmt.Sprintf to log a templated message. In development, the
// logger then panics. (See DPanicLevel for details.)
func (s *SugaredLogger) DPanicf(template string, args ...interface{}) {
s.log(DPanicLevel, template, args, nil)
}
// Panicf uses fmt.Sprintf to log a templated message, then panics.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Panicf(template string, args ...interface{}) {
s.log(PanicLevel, template, args, nil)
}
// Fatalf uses fmt.Sprintf to log a templated message, then calls os.Exit.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Fatalf(template string, args ...interface{}) {
s.log(FatalLevel, template, args, nil)
}
// Debugw logs a message with some additional context. The variadic key-value
// pairs are treated as they are in With.
//
// When debug-level logging is disabled, this is much faster than
// s.With(keysAndValues).Debug(msg)
func (s *SugaredLogger) Debugw(msg string, keysAndValues ...interface{}) {
s.log(DebugLevel, msg, nil, keysAndValues)
}
// Infow logs a message with some additional context. The variadic key-value
// pairs are treated as they are in With.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Infow(msg string, keysAndValues ...interface{}) {
s.log(InfoLevel, msg, nil, keysAndValues)
}
// Warnw logs a message with some additional context. The variadic key-value
// pairs are treated as they are in With.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Warnw(msg string, keysAndValues ...interface{}) {
s.log(WarnLevel, msg, nil, keysAndValues)
}
// Errorw logs a message with some additional context. The variadic key-value
// pairs are treated as they are in With.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Errorw(msg string, keysAndValues ...interface{}) {
s.log(ErrorLevel, msg, nil, keysAndValues)
}
// DPanicw logs a message with some additional context. In development, the
// logger then panics. (See DPanicLevel for details.) The variadic key-value
// pairs are treated as they are in With.
func (s *SugaredLogger) DPanicw(msg string, keysAndValues ...interface{}) {
s.log(DPanicLevel, msg, nil, keysAndValues)
}
// Panicw logs a message with some additional context, then panics. The
// variadic key-value pairs are treated as they are in With.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Panicw(msg string, keysAndValues ...interface{}) {
s.log(PanicLevel, msg, nil, keysAndValues)
}
// Fatalw logs a message with some additional context, then calls os.Exit. The
// variadic key-value pairs are treated as they are in With.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Fatalw(msg string, keysAndValues ...interface{}) {
s.log(FatalLevel, msg, nil, keysAndValues)
}
// Sync flushes any buffered log entries.
func (s *SugaredLogger) Sync() error {
return s.base.Sync()
}
func (s *SugaredLogger) log(lvl zapcore.Level, template string, fmtArgs []interface{}, context []interface{}) {
// If logging at this level is completely disabled, skip the overhead of
// string formatting.
if lvl < DPanicLevel && !s.base.Core().Enabled(lvl) {
return
}
// Format with Sprint, Sprintf, or neither.
msg := template
if msg == "" && len(fmtArgs) > 0 {
msg = fmt.Sprint(fmtArgs...)
} else if msg != "" && len(fmtArgs) > 0 {
msg = fmt.Sprintf(template, fmtArgs...)
}
if ce := s.base.Check(lvl, msg); ce != nil {
ce.Write(s.sweetenFields(context)...)
}
}
func (s *SugaredLogger) sweetenFields(args []interface{}) []Field {
if len(args) == 0 {
return nil
}
// Allocate enough space for the worst case; if users pass only structured
// fields, we shouldn't penalize them with extra allocations.
fields := make([]Field, 0, len(args))
var invalid invalidPairs
for i := 0; i < len(args); {
// This is a strongly-typed field. Consume it and move on.
if f, ok := args[i].(Field); ok {
fields = append(fields, f)
i++
continue
}
// Make sure this element isn't a dangling key.
if i == len(args)-1 {
s.base.DPanic(_oddNumberErrMsg, Any("ignored", args[i]))
break
}
// Consume this value and the next, treating them as a key-value pair. If the
// key isn't a string, add this pair to the slice of invalid pairs.
key, val := args[i], args[i+1]
if keyStr, ok := key.(string); !ok {
// Subsequent errors are likely, so allocate once up front.
if cap(invalid) == 0 {
invalid = make(invalidPairs, 0, len(args)/2)
}
invalid = append(invalid, invalidPair{i, key, val})
} else {
fields = append(fields, Any(keyStr, val))
}
i += 2
}
// If we encountered any invalid key-value pairs, log an error.
if len(invalid) > 0 {
s.base.DPanic(_nonStringKeyErrMsg, Array("invalid", invalid))
}
return fields
}
type invalidPair struct {
position int
key, value interface{}
}
func (p invalidPair) MarshalLogObject(enc zapcore.ObjectEncoder) error {
enc.AddInt64("position", int64(p.position))
Any("key", p.key).AddTo(enc)
Any("value", p.value).AddTo(enc)
return nil
}
type invalidPairs []invalidPair
func (ps invalidPairs) MarshalLogArray(enc zapcore.ArrayEncoder) error {
var err error
for i := range ps {
err = multierr.Append(err, enc.AppendObject(ps[i]))
}
return err
}
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