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TerminalLoggingMiddleware

Author:
heckj
Posted:
June 4, 2007
Language:
Python
Version:
.96
Tags:
sql middleware terminal logging
Score:
7 (after 7 ratings)

A handy ANSI-colored logging mechanism to display the SQL queries and times in the terminal when using django-admin.py runserver. DEBUG mode must be true for this to work.

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from django.db import connection 

class TerminalLogging:
    def process_response(self, request, response):
        from sys import stdout
        if stdout.isatty():
            for query in connection.queries :
                print "\033[1;31m[%s]\033[0m \033[1m%s\033[0m" % (query['time'],
 " ".join(query['sql'].split()))
        return response

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Comments

akhavr (on June 4, 2007):

Where the connection object on the 5th line comes from?

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udfalkso (on June 4, 2007):

from django.db import connection

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akhavr (on June 5, 2007):

I guess it would be helpful to include that line

from django.db import connection

to the snippet itself :)

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