Lennart Regebro wrote:
> From: "Douglas Carnall" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>>If I am right, then this is an FAQ. Each time I answer it, I plaintively
>>wonder aloud why the -D flag would be the default, but I am generally
> One reason is that without it, the server prints out nothing at all at
> startup, which is confusing to new users. To solve this two things need to
> be changed:
> 1. There need to be a possibility to set the error severity just like with
> stupid_log_file, even for printouts to stdoutput. Maybe the stupid_log_file
> could be made to be the standard way of logging, and it could log to stdout
> if no stupid_log_file was set?
> 2. The default level for stupid_log_file should be to print INFO and higher
> messages. Today the default is only to print PROBLEM and higher.

Or, add a new "zope is started" message that is logged at a severity 
IMPORTANT_MESSAGE, which is at the same level as a PROBLEM.

That should be very simple to implement.

Steve Alexander

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