Here you can see the full list of changes between each Logbook release.
Released on June 26th 2016
- Added support for timezones for log timestamp formatting (thanks Mattijs Ugen)
- Logbook has been a 0.x long enough to earn its 1.0.0 bump!
- Logbook now uses SemVer for its versioning scheme
- Various improvements to MailHandler and the usage of TLS/SMTP SSL (thanks Frazer McLean)
- Fix log colorizing on Windows (thanks Frazer McLean)
- Coverage reports using coveralls.io
- Dropped compatibility for Python 3.2. At this point we did not actually remove any code that supports it, but the continuous integration tests no longer check against it, and we will no longer fix compatibility issues with 3.2.
- Better coverage and tests on Windows (thanks Frazer McLean)
- Added enable() and disable() methods for loggers (thanks Frazer McLean)
- Many cleanups and overall project improvements (thanks Frazer McLean)
Released on November 24th 2015
- Added logbook.utils.deprecated to automatically emit warnings when certain functions are called (Thanks Ayala Shachar)
- Added logbook.utils.suppressed_deprecations context to temporarily suppress deprecations (Thanks Ayala Shachar)
- Added logbook.utils.logged_if_slow to emit logs when certain operations exceed a time threshold (Thanks Ayala Shachar)
- Many PEP8 fixes and code cleanups (thanks Taranjeet Singh and Frazer McLean)
- TestHandler constructor now receives an optional force_heavy_init=True, forcing all records to heavy-initialize
Released on November 5th 2015
- Windows-specific fixes and CI configuration (Thanks Frazer McLean)
- Several Unicode-specific fixes (Thanks Frazer McLean)
- Documentation cleanups
Released on September 29th 2015
- Fix importing issue with SQLAlchemy ticketing handler
Released on September 29th 2015
- Added TRACE log level for enabling logs below DEBUG
- Improved SQLAlchemy session management (thanks @fintan)
- Removed the
bubbleargument from NullHandler, preventing many future confusions
Released on August 4th 2015
- Small bugfix supporting exc_info=False without breaking formatting
Released on July 14th 2015
- Removed the global handler which was installed by default so far. The rationale is to ease adoption for 3rd party libraries who don’t want output to go to stderr by default. The old behavior can still be restored by setting the LOGBOOK_INSTALL_DEFAULT_HANDLER environment variable
- Fix small Python 3 compatibility issues
Released on May 4th 2015
- Minor fixes
Released on February 12th 2015
- Added frame correction option, to properly mark log record origins (Thanks Roey Darwish)
- Fixed MailHandler infinite recursion bug (Thanks Tal Yalon)
Released on November 30th 2014
- Fix support for gevent, along with various other fixes (Thanks Tal Yalon)
Released on November 11th 2014. Codename “improve_some_more”
- Added Pushover handler (thanks @owo)
- Default logging format now includes seconds and microseconds (#110)
- Several fixes regarding possible deadlocks in log formatting (thanks Guy Rozendorn)
- Fixed packaging so that the speedups module now gets packaged by default (#122)
- ThreadedWrapperHandler now supports maxsize (#121) (thanks Ken Jung)
- Fixes in rotating handlers (thanks zhangliyong)
- Added Pushover handler (thanks Ossama W. Obeid)
- RedisHandler now supports lpush as an option (thanks Bruno Rocha)
Released on May 12th 2014. Codename “not_just_yet”
- Restored Python 3.2 support (thanks @rnortman)
- NullHandlers now respect filters - allows to only drop/mute certain records (#73)
- redirect_logging now sets the legacy root logger’s level to DEBUG by default. This can be changed by specifying set_root_logger_level=False (#96)
Released on October 3rd 2013. Codename “why_not_production_ready”
- Added Redis handler (Thanks a lot @guillermo-carrasco for this PR)
- Fixed email encoding bug (Thanks Raphaël Vinot)
Released on August 10th 2013.
- Drop 2.5, 3.2 support, code cleanup
- The exc_info argument now accepts True, like in the standard logging module
Released on June 2nd 2013.
- Fixed Python 3.x compatibility, including speedups
- Dropped Python 2.4 support. Python 2.4 support caused a lot of hacks in the code and introduced duplication to the test code. In addition, it is impossible to cover 2.4-3.x with a single tox installation, which may introduce unwitting code breakage. Travis also does not support Python 2.4 so the chances of accidentally breaking this support were very high as it was...
Released on December 12th. Codename “121212”
- Fixed several outstanding encoding problems, thanks to @dvarazzo.
- Merged in minor pull requests (see https://github.com/mitsuhiko/logbook/pulls?&state=closed)
Released on October 24th. Codename “Phoenix”
- Added preliminary RabbitMQ and CouchDB support.
- channel is now documented to be used for filtering purposes if wanted. Previously this was an opaque string that was not intended for filtering of any kind.
Released on October 23rd. Codename “Informant”
logbook.RotatingFileHandlerBasebecause the interface was not flexible enough.
- Provided basic Python 3 compatibility. This did cause a few smaller
API changes that caused minimal changes on Python 2 as well. The
deprecation of the
logbook.RotatingFileHandlerBasewas a result of this.
- Added support for Python 2.4
- Added batch emitting support for handlers which now makes it possible
to use the
- Moved the
FingersCrossedHandlerhandler into the base package. The old location stays importable for a few releases.
logbook.GroupHandlerthat buffers records until the handler is popped.
logbook.more.ExternalApplicationHandlerthat executes an external application for each log record emitted.
Bugfix release, Released on September 22nd.
- Fixes Python 2.5 compatibility.
Released on September 21st. Codename “Walls of Text”
- Implemented default with statement for handlers which is an alias for threadbound.
- applicationbound and threadbound return the handler now.
- Implemented channel recording on the log records.
logbook.more.FingersCrossedHandlernow is set to ERROR by default and has the ability to create new loggers from a factory function.
- Implemented maximum buffer size for the
logbook.more.FingersCrossedHandleras well as a lock for thread safety.
- Added ability to filter for context.
- Moved bubbling flags and filters to the handler object.
- Moved context processors on their own stack.
- Removed the iter_context_handlers function.
- Renamed NestedHandlerSetup to
NestedSetupbecause it can now also configure processors.
- Added the
- There is no difference between logger attached handlers and context specific handlers any more.
- Added a function to redirect warnings to logbook
- Fixed and improved
logbook.TestHandlernow keeps the record open for further inspection.
- The traceback is now removed from a log record when the record is closed. The formatted traceback is a cached property instead of a function.
- Added ticketing handlers that send logs directly into a database.
- Added MongoDB backend for ticketing handlers
- Added a
logbook.base.dispatch_record()function to dispatch records to handlers independently of a logger (uses the default record dispatching logic).
- Renamed logger_name to channel.
- Added a multi processing log handler
- Added a twitter handler.
- Added a ZeroMQ handler.
- Added a Growl handler.
- Added a Libnotify handler.
- Added a monitoring file handler.
- Added a handler wrapper that moves the actual handling into a background thread.
- The mail handler can now be configured to deliver each log record not more than n times in m seconds.
- Added support for Python 2.5
- Added a
logbook.queues.SubscriberGroupto deal with multiple subscribers.
- Added a
logbook.compat.LoggingHandlerfor redirecting logbook log calls to the standard library’s
First public release.