Flask-LogConfig: Release v0.4.0

Flask-LogConfig v0.4.0 has been released.

It was a minor feature release that added execution_time to the request log data. Some possible breaking changes were introduced as well.

What is Flask-LogConfig?

Flask-LogConfig is a Flask extension that easily configures application logging. Under the hood it uses logconfig to support loading configurations from a dict, json file, yaml file, or a config parser file. It also supports converting any synchronous log handler into an asynchronous one using threads.

It is Python 2.6+ and 3.3+ compatible.


Get it on Github and PyPI.



  • Added execution_time to log's extra data and request message data.
  • Renamed FlaskLogConfig.after_request_handler to FlaskLogConfig.after_request. (possible breaking change)
  • Renamed FlaskLogConfig.get_request_msg_data to FlaskLogConfig.get_request_message_data. (possible breaking change)
  • Renamed FlaskLogConfig.make_request_msg to FlaskLogConfig.make_request_message. (possible breaking change)

Bug Fixes



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