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aw_cli/log.py

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from pathlib import Path
from datetime import datetime


LOGLEVELS = ["DEBUG", "INFO", "WARNING", "ERROR", "CRITICAL"]


def print_log(path: Path, since: datetime = None, level: str = None):
    if not path.is_file():
        return

    show_levels = LOGLEVELS[LOGLEVELS.index(level) :] if level else None

    lines_printed = 0
    with path.open("r") as f:
        lines = f.readlines()
        print(f"Logs for module {path.parent.name} ({path.name}, {len(lines)} lines)")
        for line in lines:
            if since:
                try:
                    linedate = datetime.strptime(line.split(" ")[0], "%Y-%m-%d")
                except ValueError:
                    # Could not parse the date, so skip this line
                    # NOTE: Just because the date could not be parsed, doesn't mean there isn't meaningful info there.
                    #       Would be better to find the first line after the cutoff, and then just print everything past that.
                    continue
                # Skip lines before the date
                if linedate < since:
                    continue
            if level:
                if not any(level in line for level in show_levels):
                    continue
            print(line, end="")
            lines_printed += 1

    print(f"  (Filtered {lines_printed}/{len(lines)} lines)")


def find_oldest_log(path: Path, testing=False) -> Path:
    if not path.is_dir():
        return

    logfiles = [
        f
        for f in path.iterdir()
        if f.is_file()
        and f.name.endswith(".log")
        and ("testing" in f.name if testing else "testing" not in f.name)
    ]
    if not logfiles:
        return

    logfiles.sort(key=lambda f: f.stat().st_mtime)
    logfile = logfiles[-1]
    return logfile