PythonWin: logging module not showing messages from imported modules


R

rodrigostrauss

Having the following code:

==== Module1.py ====
import logging
def X():
logging.error('test')

If I import it into PythonWin console and call X(), the error message
is not printed. If I do the same in Python console the message is
printed. Do I need to configure the logging module or it's a problem
with PythonWin?

If I call logging.error() in the PythonWin console it works like a
charm. The problem is just regarding imported modules.


Rodrigo Strauss
 
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J

jmdeschamps

Having the following code:

==== Module1.py ====
import logging
def X():
logging.error('test')

If I import it into PythonWin console and call X(), the error message
is not printed. If I do the same in Python console the message is
printed. Do I need to configure the logging module or it's a problem
with PythonWin?

If I call logging.error() in the PythonWin console it works like a
charm. The problem is just regarding imported modules.


Rodrigo Strauss

Do you *run* module1 before attempting to call X() from the interactive
window?
 

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