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Simple yet advanced swift logger


  • The latest stable release is 1.1.0. Released almost 2 years ago.
  • The last commit to master was over 1 year ago.

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  • 1.1.0
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SLLog

SLLog is a simple yet elegant swift logger. Allows you to log content to file, console or your custom target.

1990-02-19T22:45:36.250Z [VERBOSE] MyFile.swift:19 - 123
1991-03-20T20:33:44.777Z [INFO] MyFile.swift:20 - ABC
1992-04-21T09:53:51.021Z [DEBUG] MyFile.swift:21 - @$#!^%
1993-05-22T11:05:02.000Z [WARNING] MyFile.swift:22 - 2017-10-04 22:45:36 +0000
1994-06-23T15:13:00.146Z [ERROR] MyFile.swift:23 - [0.10000000000000001, 1, "A", 2017-10-04 09:55:36 +0000]

🔧 Installation

Add the following dependency to your Package.swift file:

.package(url: "https://github.com/SLLog/SLLog", from: "1.1.0"),

💊 How To Start

1 Import

On top of your file import:

import SLLog

2 Usage

Log any information you need with Log class

Log.d("ABC")
Log.w("#%^$&@")
Log.e("1233")

Any object.

SLLog.addHandler(SLLogConsole())
Log.v(123)
Log.i("ABC")
Log.d("@$#!^%")
Log.w(Date())
Log.e([0.1,1,"A",Date()])

3 Initialize

Setup SLLoger

SLLog.addHandler(try! SLLogFile("path/to/directory"))

Or console handler

SLLog.addHandler(SLLogConsole())

or both

SLLog.addHandler(SLLogConsole(), try! SLLogFile(path))

You can create your custom log handler. Simply correspond to LogHandler protocol.

public class MyHandler: LogHandler {
    open func handle(message: Any, level: SLLog.LogType, file: String, line: UInt) {
        //Do your stuff with log.
    }
}

then add it to SLLog

SLLog.addHandler(MyHandler())

4 Providers

SLLog can have custom providers. To add your own provider

struct MySLLogProvider: LogProvider {}
SLLog.addProvider(MySLLogProvider())

can you can use LogProvider build in method send. To send your log via SLLog.

5 SLLogConsole

Default console log:

isDebug: Bool = true,
isTerminal: Bool = {
        #if Xcode
        return false
        #else
        return true
        #endif
    }(),
minProductionLogType: UInt = 3
logFormat: String = ":d :t :f::l :m",
dateFormat: String? = nil,
logColors: [SLLog.LogType:LogColor]? = nil

Override argument passing it in initializer to variate ConsoleLog SLLogConsole(isDebug: true, isTerminal: false) or SLLogConsole(isTerminal: false) and so on. Use isTerminal property to choose between terminal or console settings. SLLogConsole(isTerminal: false)

To fully configure SLLog pas Configuration object during initialisation. public init(_ config: Configuration = Configuration())

By default, logs are set for a terminal. log format ":d :t :f::l :m" where

`:d` is replaced in string to display date
`:t` is replaced by log type
`:f` is replaced by file name
`:l` is replaced by line number
`:m` is replaced by message object

Default date format used by logger is as follow "yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSS'Z'"

To get rid of default log colors pass empty dictionary in logColors or dictionary with your own definitions. For more information about terminal color take a look: https://misc.flogisoft.com/bash/tip_colors_and_formatting

LogColor

LogColor is defined as follow init(_ terminal: String, _ console: String) For XCode console emoticons are used as collor.

SLLog.LogType.verbose:LogColor(TerminalColor.lightGray, "☑️"),
SLLog.LogType.info:LogColor(TerminalColor.lightCyan, "Ⓜ️"),
SLLog.LogType.debug:LogColor(TerminalColor.lightGreen, "✅"),
SLLog.LogType.warning:LogColor(TerminalColor.lightYellow, "⚠️"),
SLLog.LogType.error:LogColor(TerminalColor.lightRed, "⛔️"),

Use TerminalColor to fast access predefined colors values

5 SLLogFile

SLLogFile save logs to files which are created on daily basis. File names are as follows: "yyyy-MM-dd". Created under :yuorPath/sllogs with extension .log Default maxFilesCount is set to 3 wich means logger stores 3 files at a time. 1 file = 1 day logs

⭐ Contributing

Be welcome to contribute to this project! :)

❓ Questions

You can create an issue on GitHub.

📝 License

This project was released under the MIT license.