Source code for kedro.logging

This module contains a logging handler class which produces coloured logs and tracebacks.

import logging
import sys
from pathlib import Path
from typing import Any

import click
import rich.logging
import rich.pretty
import rich.traceback

from kedro.utils import _is_databricks

[docs] class RichHandler(rich.logging.RichHandler): """Identical to rich's logging handler but with a few extra behaviours: * warnings issued by the `warnings` module are redirected to logging * pretty printing is enabled on the Python REPL (including IPython and Jupyter) * all tracebacks are handled by rich when rich_tracebacks=True * constructor's arguments are mapped and passed to `rich.traceback.install` The list of available options of ``RichHandler`` can be found here: The list of available options of `rich.traceback.install` can be found here: """ def __init__(self, *args: Any, **kwargs: Any): super().__init__(*args, **kwargs) logging.captureWarnings(True) rich.pretty.install() # We suppress click here to hide tracebacks related to it conversely, # kedro is not suppressed to show its tracebacks for easier debugging. # sys.executable is used to get the kedro executable path to hide the # top level traceback. traceback_install_kwargs = { "suppress": [click, str(Path(sys.executable).parent)] } # Mapping arguments from RichHandler's Constructor to rich.traceback.install prefix = "tracebacks_" for key, value in kwargs.items(): if key.startswith(prefix): key_prefix_removed = key[len(prefix) :] if key_prefix_removed == "suppress": traceback_install_kwargs[key_prefix_removed].extend(value) else: traceback_install_kwargs[key_prefix_removed] = value if self.rich_tracebacks and not _is_databricks(): # Rich traceback handling does not work on databricks. Hopefully this will be # fixed on their side at some point, but until then we disable it. # See rich.traceback.install(**traceback_install_kwargs) # type: ignore[arg-type]