Python is just logging to a file and stdout. Python provides a few options for logging to text files, the most common of which is the logging module. You can also set the level and other options in your sys.stdout.
We recently ran a little test with log4j2 on the server and it turns out that logging to a file makes the logging code much easier to read. The problem is that some loggers do not accept newlines in their output. With the logging module, we can set the level and other options before we log to the file.
That seems to be a limitation of the logging module, even though the logging module itself is a fairly clean implementation. I haven’t been able to find anything on the web about this limitation. I’d like to hear from anyone who has found a workaround for this problem.
I wish I could say that this module is a huge improvement over the standard library, but it does have some drawbacks. First of all, because it uses the standard library, it takes up a lot of memory. The reason for this is that the standard library is meant for use in C programs, while the logging module is meant for use in Python programs (and thus can only be used in Python).
That said, if you want to use python logging, I’ve got good news! I just discovered a way for you to use python logging in your C program. It’s called python logging to file and stdout. I’ve implemented this module because I think it would be a great addition to the standard library.
The first thing it does is log to a file. If you have a file, you can just create a file and put the logging code in the code. In the code, all you have to do is log the lines you want logged to the file. If you want to see everything you logged, you can just open the file and see everything you logged. If you want to see only parts of your logging code, you can create a logging.
The second thing it does is log to stdout. This may not be the first time that I’ve implemented logging to stdout, but it is a good example of the power this module has. Since stdout is just a stream, you can write to it, process it, and then write to it again. No matter how many times you open a file, you can still go back and see what you did.
logging.stdout is another module that I use and really like. It’s written in Python and it’s great for logging things to files. After all, you could write anything to stdout. We also have a logging.filewriter module that’s similar to stdout and can write to a file.