tracing_subscriber. I see that both are extensible with user-defined implementations.
Only my problem is that there's only 1 default subscriber and very limited options for modifying it. An example is that I can disable displaying time in logs, but to change the way time gets formatted I'd need to reimplement the whole EventFormatter, specifying how everything gets formatted.
Is there some library that provides
Subscribers in various flavors, defined to be used with
tracing_subscriber. With things like modifying formatting of just one portion of the log event, logging to stderr, etc?
You have the
fmt::SubscriberBuilder::with_timer method to override how your timestamps should be formatted. See i.e.
fmt::time::UtcTime::new for how to construct a timer that formats your timestamps how you like it.
As to additional
Subscriber implementations, I don't know any other crates. But you could check out this list of crates from the greater
tracing ecosystem and see if one provides
Subscribers more to your liking.
You have the
fmt::SubscriberBuilder::with_timer method to override how your timestamps should be formatted.
I see, thanks! I sort of assumed it takes just a boolean as some of the other simmilar methods.
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