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honeybadger

A Honeybadger client for rust

6 releases

0.2.1 May 13, 2019
0.2.0 Dec 20, 2018
0.1.3 Aug 9, 2018
0.1.1 Jul 28, 2018

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honeybadger

An unofficial Honeybadger Rust client

Description

Honeybadger is a service that receives, stores and alerts on application errors and outages. This library is a community-provided client for the Honeybadger Exceptions API.

Underneath, the client uses a Tokio-based version of Hyper, and leverages ErrorChain to support backtraces. Basic support for the Failure Error struct exists through a From trait, and hence the possibility for further compatibility with other custom Error implementations.

Example

Assuming the project is setup to use ErrorChain, the following example will execute code in do_work, send a honeybadger exception if it fails, and subsequently end the program.

use tokio::prelude::*;
use tokio::prelude::future::result;
use tokio::runtime::run;

fn do_work() -> Result<()> {

  // write code ...

  Ok(())
}

// let api_token = "...";
let config = ConfigBuilder::new(api_token).build();
let mut hb = Honeybadger::new(config).unwrap();

let work = result(do_work())
  .or_else(move |e| result(hb.create_payload(&e, None))
                      .and_then(move |payload| hb.notify(payload)))
  .map_err(|e| println!("error = {:?}", e));

run(work);

License: MIT

Dependencies

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