[Python-Dev] Making loggerClass an attribute of the logger manager?

Georg Brandl g.brandl at gmx.net
Sat Feb 6 23:06:35 CET 2010

Am 25.11.2009 11:32, schrieb Vinay Sajip:
> Georg Brandl <g.brandl <at> gmx.net> writes:
>> Making the loggerClass configurable per manager would solve the
>> problem for me, and AFAICS since most applications don't use
>> different managers anyway, there should not be any detrimental
>> effects.  What do you think?
> Seems reasonable. Apart from the API to set/get, _loggerClass is only used by
> the manager when instantiating a new logger.

I've created a patch for this, see <http://bugs.python.org/issue7868>.  I'd like
to get this into 2.7 before beta1 :)


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