aiologger - Asynchronous logging for python and asyncio

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The builtin python logger is IO blocking. This means that using the builtin logging module will interfere with your asynchronouns application performance. aiologger aims to be the standard Asynchronous non blocking logging for python and asyncio. The most basic use case is to log the output into stdout and stderr. Using Logger.with_default_handlers you're able to effortlessly create a new Logger instance with handlers for handling debug and info as stdout and warning, critical, exception and error as stderr.



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