fine grain logging cotrol
steve at holdenweb.com
Thu Mar 22 13:51:51 CET 2007
Eric S. Johansson wrote:
> I need to to be able to conditionally log based on the method the log
> statement is in and one other factor like a log level. in order to do
> so, I need to be able to automatically find out the name of the method
> and its class but I haven't found out how to do that yet.
> for example,
> class catus(Felis):
> def Siamese_cat( yowl, purr, demand_food):
> log("state of litter box %s"% litter_box.smell, level = 1)
> If the table of methods logged contains "catus.Siamese_cat", then I
> would expect to see the output of the log statements in a log file. If
> not then I wouldn't see anything in the log.
> Has somebody done this already? Is it even possible to do without
> manually adding the class and method information for every log statement?
> a related question is using signals for reloading configurations etc. I
> have to find any good examples of how to use signals to cause a
> long-running process to reload external data. Any good pointers?
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