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Re: logging module

On Oct 23, 7:58*am, "Werner F. Bruhin" <werner.bru...@ free.frwrote:
I am starting to use the logging module.

Simple log to file and/or console work very nicely.

Even managed to get TimedRotatingFi leHandler to work.

The problem I am trying to solve.

1. I would like to have a "log viewer" a wxPython based app to be able
to look at a log generated by another script.
Running in a separate process? That isn't possible. Okay, well, it
isn't possible without doing a fair amount of work on your own. You
would probably need to create a handler that writes everything to a
pipe or a socket, and then have your second application read from the
pipe/socket and display it. I don't think that feature exists right
now though.

Oct 23 '08 #1
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En Thu, 23 Oct 2008 14:52:47 -0200, Matimus <mc******@gmail .comescribió:
On Oct 23, 7:58*am, "Werner F. Bruhin" <werner.bru...@ free.frwrote:
>1. I would like to have a "log viewer" a wxPython based app to be able
to look at a log generated by another script.

Running in a separate process? That isn't possible. Okay, well, it
isn't possible without doing a fair amount of work on your own. You
would probably need to create a handler that writes everything to a
pipe or a socket, and then have your second application read from the
pipe/socket and display it. I don't think that feature exists right
now though.
Yes, it does, it's easy, and it's one of the examples included in the
logging documentation.
Writing the wxPython app is left to the OP :)

Gabriel Genellina

Oct 24 '08 #2

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