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Elixir client for the Airbrake service!

Installation

Add Airbrakex as a dependency to your mix.exs file:

defp deps do
  [{:airbrakex, "~> 0.1.9"}]
end

If on Elixir 1.3 or lower you will need to add it to your applications.

def application do
  [applications: [:airbrakex]]
end

Then run mix deps.get in your shell to fetch the dependencies.

Configuration

It requires project_key and project parameters to be set in your application environment, usually defined in your config/config.exs. logger_level and environment are optional.

config :airbrakex,
  project_key: "abcdef12345",
  project_id: 123456,
  logger_level: :error,
  environment: Mix.env

Advanced Configuration

If you want to use errbit instance, set custom url as endpoint. If you connect through a proxy or need to pass other specific options to HTTPoison you can use http_options, see https://hexdocs.pm/httpoison/HTTPoison.html#request/5 for a list of the available options.

config :airbrakex,
  project_key: "abcdef12345",
  project_id: 123456,
  endpoint: "http://errbit.yourdomain.com",
  http_options: [ssl: [cacertfile: "/path/to/certfile.pem"]]

Usage

try do
  IO.inspect("test",[],"")
rescue
  exception -> Airbrakex.notify(exception)
end

Logger Backend

There is a Logger backend to send logs to the Airbrake, which could be configured as follows:

config :logger,
  backends: [:console, Airbrakex.LoggerBackend]

Plug

You can plug Airbrakex.Plug in your web application Plug stack to send all exception to Airbrake

defmodule YourApp.Router do
  use Phoenix.Router
  use Airbrakex.Plug

  # ...
end

Ignore

You can ignore certain types of errors by specifying a global :ignore as well as an :ignore_backend config key:

Global ignore

This will prevent errors from being sent from the notifier to Airbrake

config :airbrakex,
  ...
  # List form
  ignore: [Phoenix.Router.NoRouteError]
  # OR
  # Function
  ignore: fn(error) ->
    cond do
      error.type == Phoenix.Router.NoRouteError -> true
      String.contains?(error.message, "Ecto.NoResultsError") -> true
      true -> false
    end
  end

Ignore Backend

This is only needed if you are using the Logger Backend.

:ignore_backend prevents logs from being sent from the backend to the notifier. For example, it can be used to prevent errors that are already being logged by the plug from double logging.

config :airbrakex,
  ...
  # Function
  ignore_backend: fn(log) ->
    cond do
      {_, message, _, _} = log ->
        Enum.at(message, 2) == "MyApp.Endpoint"
      true -> false
    end
  end

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