Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
If not, it should be...
Yeah, me too! Hence why I was asking ;-)
That means we could deprecate it even in Zope 2.9, using zLOG has
already been discouraged in Zope 2.8.
Cool, Andreas, can you make it start emitting deprecation warnings?
(if you do, lemme know and I'll go grep the Zope 2 source and try and
eradicate any remaining zLOG)
I'm not sure if the differences in
logging levels will be important to backward compatability.
I _know_ they won't ;-)
ZODB/loglevels.py explains the differences::
# In the days of zLOG, there were 7 standard log levels, and ZODB/ZEO used
# all of them. Here's how they map to the logging package's 5
# zLOG logging
# ------------- ---------------
# PANIC (300) FATAL, CRITICAL (50)
# ERROR (200) ERROR (40)
# WARNING, PROBLEM (100) WARN (30)
# INFO (0) INFO (20)
# BLATHER (-100) none -- defined here as BLATHER (15)
# DEBUG (-200) DEBUG (10)
imnsho, blather and debug are the wrong way round. blather should go
away completely, it's a stupid name anyway :-(
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