ikorot01 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 4 11:02:17 CET 2014
Could someone please explain to me how the code in
In particular I'm interested in how the mylib.py knows about the myapp.log.
What I mean is: logging object is not passed to mylib.py, so
essentially it should create a new instance of the logging object.
What am I missing?
But this question comes from the following fact about my application.
I tried to create a logging object which will store the logging
information to the file in the main class. Then I pass this object to
another class constructor and use it in that second class.
Upon running everything is OK, but when the program successfully
finishes, the log file has 0 length.
AFAIU, I'm doing it properly and the example referenced is wrong, yet
the results are completely different.
Thank you for any expplanation.
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