Simple scheduling for short-running Docker containers
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A super simple go logger

I know there are many go loggers out there that offer various logging features such as file rotation, granular verbosity settings, colored and JSON output, etc.

Slog is not one of them.

Slog lets you hide or show debug logs as well as provides a simpler way to log messages with Warning and Error prefixes for consistency.

Also provided are a few simple methods for handling returned error variables, logging them out and optionally panicing or fatally exiting.


package slog // import ""

Package slog is a super simple logger that allows a few convenience methods
for handling debug vs warning/error logs. It also adds a few conveniences
for handling errors.


var (
	// DebugLevel indicates if we should log at the debug level
	DebugLevel = true


func Debug(format string, v ...interface{})
    Debug will log with a DEBUG prefix if DebugLevel is se

func Error(format string, v ...interface{})
    Error will log with a ERROR prefix

func FatalOnErr(err error, format string, v ...interface{})
    FatalOnErr if error provided, will log out details of an error and exi

func Info(format string, v ...interface{})
    Info formats logs with an INFO prefix

func Log(format string, v ...interface{})
    Log formats logs directly to the main logger

func PanicOnErr(err error, format string, v ...interface{})
    PanicOnErr if error provided, will log out details of an error and exi

func SetFlags(flag int)
    SetFlags allows changing the logger flags using flags found in `log`

func WarnOnErr(err error, format string, v ...interface{})
    WarnOnErr if error provided, will provide a warning if an error is provided

func Warning(format string, v ...interface{})
    Warning will log with a WARNING prefix