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class AppLogger: (source)
||Initialize the global logging system for the given application.|
||Remove all log observers previously set up by
||Create a log observer to be added to the logging system before running this application.|
||Print twistd start log message.|
||The name of the file to which to log, if other than the default.|
||log observer added at start and removed at stop.|
||Callable object that will create a log observer, or None.|
Initialize the global logging system for the given application.
If a custom logger was specified on the command line it will be used. If not, and an
logger.ILogObserver or legacy
log.ILogObserver component has been set on application, then it will be used as the log observer. Otherwise a log observer will be created based on the command line options for built-in loggers (e.g. --logfile).
|application:||The application on which to check for an |
Create a log observer to be added to the logging system before running this application.
log observer added at start and removed at stop.