Source code for mxnet.log

#!/usr/bin/env python

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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# pylint: disable= protected-access, invalid-name
"""Logging utilities."""
import logging
import warnings

ERROR = logging.ERROR
INFO = logging.INFO
DEBUG = logging.DEBUG

class _Formatter(logging.Formatter):
    # pylint: disable= no-self-use
    """Customized log formatter."""

    def __init__(self):
        datefmt = '%m%d %H:%M:%S'
        super(_Formatter, self).__init__(datefmt=datefmt)

    def _get_color(self, level):
        # pylint: disable= missing-docstring
        if logging.WARNING <= level:
            return '\x1b[31m'
        elif logging.INFO <= level:
            return '\x1b[32m'
        return '\x1b[34m'

    def _get_label(self, level):
        # pylint: disable= missing-docstring
        if level == logging.CRITICAL:
            return 'C'
        elif level == logging.ERROR:
            return 'E'
        elif level == logging.WARNING:
            return 'W'
        elif level == logging.INFO:
            return 'I'
        elif level == logging.DEBUG:
            return 'D'
        return 'U'

    def format(self, record):
        # pylint: disable= missing-docstring
        fmt = self._get_color(record.levelno)
        fmt += self._get_label(record.levelno)
        fmt += '%(asctime)s %(process)d %(pathname)s:%(funcName)s:%(lineno)d'
        fmt += ']\x1b[0m'
        fmt += ' %(message)s'
        self._style._fmt = fmt # pylint: disable= no-member
        return super(_Formatter, self).format(record)

[docs]def getLogger(name=None, filename=None, filemode=None, level=WARNING): """Gets a customized logger. .. note:: `getLogger` is deprecated. Use `get_logger` instead. """ warnings.warn("getLogger is deprecated, Use get_logger instead.", DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2) return get_logger(name, filename, filemode, level)
[docs]def get_logger(name=None, filename=None, filemode=None, level=WARNING): """Gets a customized logger. Parameters ---------- name: str, optional Name of the logger. filename: str, optional The filename to which the logger's output will be sent. filemode: str, optional The file mode to open the file (corresponding to `filename`), default is 'a' if `filename` is not ``None``. level: int, optional The `logging` level for the logger. See: Returns ------- Logger A customized `Logger` object. Example ------- ## get_logger call with default parameters. >>> from mxnet.log import get_logger >>> logger = get_logger("Test") >>> logger.warn("Hello World") W0505 00:29:47 3525 <stdin>:<module>:1] Hello World ## get_logger call with WARNING level. >>> import logging >>> logger = get_logger("Test2", level=logging.WARNING) >>> logger.warn("Hello World") W0505 00:30:50 3525 <stdin>:<module>:1] Hello World >>> logger.debug("Hello World") # This doesn't return anything as the level is logging.WARNING. ## get_logger call with DEBUG level. >>> logger = get_logger("Test3", level=logging.DEBUG) >>> logger.debug("Hello World") # Logs the debug output as the level is logging.DEBUG. D0505 00:31:30 3525 <stdin>:<module>:1] Hello World """ logger = logging.getLogger(name) if name is not None and not getattr(logger, '_init_done', None): logger._init_done = True if filename: mode = filemode if filemode else 'a' hdlr = logging.FileHandler(filename, mode) else: hdlr = logging.StreamHandler() # pylint: disable=redefined-variable-type # the `_Formatter` contain some escape character to # represent color, which is not suitable for FileHandler, # (TODO) maybe we can add another Formatter for FileHandler. hdlr.setFormatter(_Formatter()) logger.addHandler(hdlr) logger.setLevel(level) return logger