If you haven’t already, start by downloading Raven. The easiest way is with pip:
pip install raven --upgrade
A filter factory for PasteDeploy exists to allow easily inserting Raven into a WSGI pipeline:
[pipeline:main] pipeline = raven tm MyApp [filter:raven] use = egg:raven#raven dsn = ___DSN___ include_paths = my.package, my.other.package exclude_paths = my.package.crud
[filter:raven] section, you must specify the entry-point for raven with the
use = key. All other raven client parameters can be included in this section as well.
See the Pyramid PasteDeploy Configuration Documentation for more information.
Add the following lines to your project’s .ini file to setup SentryHandler:
[loggers] keys = root, sentry [handlers] keys = console, sentry [formatters] keys = generic [logger_root] level = INFO handlers = console, sentry [logger_sentry] level = WARN handlers = console qualname = sentry.errors propagate = 0 [handler_console] class = StreamHandler args = (sys.stderr,) level = NOTSET formatter = generic [handler_sentry] class = raven.handlers.logging.SentryHandler args = ('___DSN___',) level = WARNING formatter = generic [formatter_generic] format = %(asctime)s,%(msecs)03d %(levelname)-5.5s [%(name)s] %(message)s datefmt = %H:%M:%S
Instead of defining the DSN in the .ini file you can also use the environment variable
SENTRY_DSN which overwrites the setting in this file. Because of a syntax check you cannot remove the
args setting completely, as workaround you can define an empty list of arguments
args = ().