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unilog

Swift

Swift unified logging made simple.

Features

  • Simplifies the Apple unified logging system
  • Ready to be use without the need to set anything up
  • Swift like formating, no need for a NSString or printf format string
  • Fallbacks automatically to NSLog if running on El Capitan (10.11) or early
  • Can be customized to log in debug mode just like in release mode
  • All parameters are public by default, the way information should be in a log; parameters can be redacted individually
  • Private data will remain private and cannot be shown at all, even when flipping the private_data flag on
  • Simple and small codebase, under 150 LOC

Instalation

Init a Swift package and add the unilog dependency: .package(url: "https://github.com/sivu22/unilog.git", from: "2.0.0")

Add the Swift package to your workspace, click to add Embedded Binaries and select unilog.framework.

Import it and we're ready to log:

import unilog

Usage

Log data by using the default app log:

Log.message("\(imageName) of type \(uti) and resolution \(width, height) has been loaded")

Sensitive data can be redacted by using the .mPrivate access modifier. This achieves the same as the {private} modifier of the os_log function, with the difference that data cannot be recuperated at a later point, so it's private "forever".

Log.message("User \(username) with password \(password, modifier: .mPrivate) successfully logged in.")

If not specified, the .mPublic modifier is used, meaning the above line is identical to:

Log.message("User \(username, modifier: .mPublic) with password \(password, modifier: .mPrivate) successfully logged in.")

Logging this way will use the app bundle identifier as the log subsystem and App as the log category. These parameters can be changed at once or individual and at any time during the app's lifetime by calling:

Log.setCategory(to: "Network", forSubsystem: "com.turtlescompany.scanner")

When working in debug mode, it's useful to have the full, public log available. The modifier .mPrivateRelease equals to .mPrivate in Release mode and to .mPublic in Debug mode. Therefore, to have the plaintext user password in Debug mode:

Log.message("User \(username) with password \(password, modifier: .mPrivateRelease) successfully logged in.")

For more complex apps, with multiple subsystems, one log category won't suffice. In that case, instantiate multiple logs as desired:

let logN = Log(category: "Network")
let logDB = Log(category: "DB")
...
logDB.error("User not found! \(error)")
...
logN.info("Connection to \(server.ip:server.port) established")

Log levels

unilog provides equivalents to all os_log levels with the exception of Fault. It is important to understand the difference between these levels and where are the logs stored in each case. For more information, take a loot at the Apple documentation.

| unilog | os_log | | ---------| ---------| | info | Info | | debug | Debug | | message | Default | | error | Error |

Contact

Cristian Sava, cristianzsava@gmail.com

License

unilog is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

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