Source code for structlog.testing

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Helpers to test your application's logging behavior.

.. versionadded:: 20.1.0

See :doc:`testing`.

from __future__ import annotations

from contextlib import contextmanager
from typing import Any, Generator, NamedTuple, NoReturn

from ._config import configure, get_config
from .exceptions import DropEvent
from .typing import EventDict, WrappedLogger

__all__ = [

[docs] class LogCapture: """ Class for capturing log messages in its entries list. Generally you should use `structlog.testing.capture_logs`, but you can use this class if you want to capture logs with other patterns. :ivar List[structlog.typing.EventDict] entries: The captured log entries. .. versionadded:: 20.1.0 """ entries: list[EventDict] def __init__(self) -> None: self.entries = [] def __call__( self, _: WrappedLogger, method_name: str, event_dict: EventDict ) -> NoReturn: event_dict["log_level"] = method_name self.entries.append(event_dict) raise DropEvent
[docs] @contextmanager def capture_logs() -> Generator[list[EventDict], None, None]: """ Context manager that appends all logging statements to its yielded list while it is active. Disables all configured processors for the duration of the context manager. Attention: this is **not** thread-safe! .. versionadded:: 20.1.0 """ cap = LogCapture() # Modify `_Configuration.default_processors` set via `configure` but always # keep the list instance intact to not break references held by bound # loggers. processors = get_config()["processors"] old_processors = processors.copy() try: # clear processors list and use LogCapture for testing processors.clear() processors.append(cap) configure(processors=processors) yield cap.entries finally: # remove LogCapture and restore original processors processors.clear() processors.extend(old_processors) configure(processors=processors)
[docs] class ReturnLogger: """ Return the arguments that it's called with. >>> from structlog import ReturnLogger >>> ReturnLogger().info("hello") 'hello' >>> ReturnLogger().info("hello", when="again") (('hello',), {'when': 'again'}) .. versionchanged:: 0.3.0 Allow for arbitrary arguments and keyword arguments to be passed in. """
[docs] def msg(self, *args: Any, **kw: Any) -> Any: """ Return tuple of ``args, kw`` or just ``args[0]`` if only one arg passed """ # Slightly convoluted for backwards compatibility. if len(args) == 1 and not kw: return args[0] return args, kw
log = debug = info = warn = warning = msg fatal = failure = err = error = critical = exception = msg
[docs] class ReturnLoggerFactory: r""" Produce and cache `ReturnLogger`\ s. To be used with `structlog.configure`\ 's *logger_factory*. Positional arguments are silently ignored. .. versionadded:: 0.4.0 """ def __init__(self) -> None: self._logger = ReturnLogger() def __call__(self, *args: Any) -> ReturnLogger: return self._logger
[docs] class CapturedCall(NamedTuple): """ A call as captured by `CapturingLogger`. Can also be unpacked like a tuple. Args: method_name: The method name that got called. args: A tuple of the positional arguments. kwargs: A dict of the keyword arguments. .. versionadded:: 20.2.0 """ method_name: str args: tuple[Any, ...] kwargs: dict[str, Any]
[docs] class CapturingLogger: """ Store the method calls that it's been called with. This is nicer than `ReturnLogger` for unit tests because the bound logger doesn't have to cooperate. **Any** method name is supported. .. versionadded:: 20.2.0 """ calls: list[CapturedCall] def __init__(self) -> None: self.calls = [] def __repr__(self) -> str: return f"<CapturingLogger with { len(self.calls) } call(s)>" def __getattr__(self, name: str) -> Any: """ Capture call to `calls` """ def log(*args: Any, **kw: Any) -> None: self.calls.append(CapturedCall(name, args, kw)) return log
[docs] class CapturingLoggerFactory: r""" Produce and cache `CapturingLogger`\ s. Each factory produces and re-uses only **one** logger. You can access it via the ``logger`` attribute. To be used with `structlog.configure`\ 's *logger_factory*. Positional arguments are silently ignored. .. versionadded:: 20.2.0 """ logger: CapturingLogger def __init__(self) -> None: self.logger = CapturingLogger() def __call__(self, *args: Any) -> CapturingLogger: return self.logger