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class STDLibLogObserver: (source)
Log observer that writes to the python standard library's logging module.
|Warning: specific logging configurations (example: network) can lead to this observer blocking. Nothing is done here to prevent that, so be sure to not to configure the standard library logging module to block when used in conjunction with this module: code within Twisted, such as twisted.web, assumes that logging does not block.|
||Format an event and bridge it to Python logging.|
||This is the default number of frames that it takes to get from
||Based on the stack depth passed to this
Format an event and bridge it to Python logging.
str= 'twisted', stackDepth:
int= defaultStackDepth): (source) ¶
This is the default number of frames that it takes to get from
STDLibLogObserver through the logging module, plus one; in other words, the number of frames if you were to call a
STDLibLogObserver directly. This is useful to use as an offset for the stackDepth parameter to __init__, to add frames for other publishers.
bool= False, stackLevel:
int= 1) ->
Tuple[: (source) ¶
str, int, str, None]
Based on the stack depth passed to this
STDLibLogObserver, identify the calling function.
|stack||Whether or not to construct stack information. (Currently ignored.)|
|stack||The number of stack frames to skip when determining the caller (currently ignored; use stackDepth on the instance).|
|Depending on Python version, either a 3-tuple of (filename, lineno, name) or a 4-tuple of that plus stack information.|