Enable python logging.

At the moment there are a lot of print statements issued to stdout. Python has a built in logging system that can write to a log file and at selected levels of verbosity. Unfortunately, it looks a bit tricky to set up so I might need to get some help as to how to work it. In particular, the relationship between loggers and handlers I don't understand and also the use of a null handler within the modules.


Id: 0b0aeb6a2413931733f26a8ac0c986a3e12c10a3
Type: feature
Creation time: 2010-11-15 12:35
Creator: Mathew Topper <mathew.topper@...>
Release: 0.2 (released 2011-02-09)
Component: fifthwave
Status: closed : fixed fixed
In progress: 6 hours

Issue log

2010-11-25 17:19 Mathew Topper <mathew.topper@...> closed with disposition fixed
Added loggers and null handlers to each module. Added a handler to test.py in the base_refinement directory but I guess this could be added to flightdeck for real.
2010-11-25 10:55 Mathew Topper <mathew.topper@...> changed status from unstarted to in_progress
Had a disscusion with bruce about the logging and he gave me an example so I'm going to give it a go.
2010-11-24 14:13 Mathew Topper <mathew.topper@...> commented
Sent an email to see if anyone knows about it in IES.
2010-11-15 12:35 Mathew Topper <mathew.topper@...> created