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Deprecation warning: this library is outdated. Please use the new official Airbrake library instead.

A base library for Airbrake error reporting.

Toadhopper can be used to report plain old Ruby exceptions, or to build a framework-specific gem such as toadhopper-sinatra.

begin
  raise "Kaboom!"
rescue  => e
  require 'toadhopper'
  Toadhopper("YOURAPIKEY").post!(e)
end

You can install it via rubygems:

gem install toadhopper

Posting Notices Over SSL

Toadhopper can transport your messages over SSL.

To enable SSL, just specify a :notify_host with a https:// protocol.

Toadhopper.new("YOURAPIKEY", :notify_host => 'https://airbrake.io').post!(e)

Note: You must have a paid plan for Airbrake to accept your messages over SSL.

Example with :transport

Control freaks can customize a Net::HTTP to their liking with :transport.

require 'net/https'
require 'toadhopper'

def my_transport
  domain  = 'api.airbrake.io'
  port    = 443
  transport = Net::HTTP.new domain, port
  transport.set_debug_output $stderr # View verbose debugging
  transport.use_ssl       = true
  transport.ca_file       = Toadhopper::CA_FILE
  transport.verify_mode   = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_PEER
  transport.open_timeout  = 7 # seconds
  transport.read_timeout  = 5 # seconds
  transport
end

def my_exception_handler(exception)
  api_key = 'YOURAPIKEY'
  Toadhopper.new(api_key, :transport => my_transport).post! exception
end

Deploy tracking

You can use Toadhopper to notify Airbrake of deployments:

Toadhopper('YOURAPIKEY').deploy!

The method accepts options to set the environment, SCM revision, etc.

There is Capistrano support for deploy tracking. Simply require toadhopper/capistrano in your deploy config and set the variable airbrake_api_key:

require 'toadhopper/capistrano'

set :airbrake_api_key, 'YOURAPIKEY'

Supported Capistrano Keys

  • :airbrake_notify_host
  • :airbrake_error_url
  • :airbrake_deploy_url
  • :airbrake_transport

Compatibility

Toadhopper is tested against and compatible with the following ruby platforms:

  • 1.8.7

  • 1.9.2

  • 1.9.3

  • ree 1.8.7-2012.02

  • jruby 1.6.7 in both 1.8 mode and 1.9 mode

  • rubinius 2.0.testing branch in both 1.8 mode and 1.9 mode

    For jruby support, you need to gem install jruby-openssl if you do not already have that gem. More info on why this is.

Development

Install Bundler 0.9.x, then:

% git clone git://github.com/toolmantim/toadhopper.git
% cd toadhopper
% bundle install
% bundle exec rake test

If you set a AIRBRAKE_API_KEY environment variable it'll test actually posting to the Airbrake API. For example:

% bundle exec rake test AIRBRAKE_API_KEY=abc123

Set AIRBRAKE_FULL_TEST to test integration operations that require a paid Airbrake plan such as posting over SSL, deploy tracking, and github integration. For example:

% bundle exec rake test AIRBRAKE_API_KEY=abc123 AIRBRAKE_FULL_TEST=1

Beware: Setting AIRBRAKE_FULL_TEST will record a bogus deployment in your Airbrake project and auto-resolve any pre-existing development errors.

To generate the docs:

% bundle exec yardoc

To build the gem:

% bundle exec rake build

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