Here is a quick snippet of setting up logging, which is a very useful thing to have when writing Libraries.
Setting up logging
The docs for
logging module are overwhelming, so to break this down a little easier, I wanted to give you a quick start example so that you can be on your way.
If you’re writing a library, do this:
import logging logger = logging.getLogger('mylibrary') logger.addHandler(logging.NullHandler()) def do_stuff(): ... logger.debug('doing stuff')
If you’re writing an application, start your
main with this:
import logging logging.basicConfig()
It’s not much, but this is a fast way to get you the information you need!
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