Logging _into_ an application

Jp Calderone exarkun at intarweb.us
Mon Mar 24 23:16:18 CET 2003

On Mon, Mar 24, 2003 at 10:40:52PM +0100, Stefan Schwarzer wrote:
> Peter Hansen wrote:
> >You don't seem to have followed up on the twisted.manhole suggestion
> >yet, or you probably wouldn't still be just talking about this. ;-)
> >If you don't like the example there, there's also the backdoor into
> >medusa (check in Zope, for example) via the "monitoring server"
> >(I vaguely recall that's what it's called).  Don't bother redoing
> >this stuff from scratch without a good reason... others have already
> >been here.
> Actually, I had searched Google for manhole. But from reading the pages
> I found it seemed to me that it was not easily to use in own applications
> but rather be specific to Twisted.

  Manhole does require the Twisted event loop to work properly.

  While no one has -yet- done it, I have a personal theory that it would not
be difficult to port to another framework.  This might require some
extensive knowledge of Twisted's internals though, so that the proper
functions can be handed the proper input.


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