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Alexander Limi wrote:
> On Wed, 18 Jan 2006 14:48:42 -0800, Marius Gedminas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> This is what Zope 3 prints on startup:
>> 2006-01-19 00:47:32,059 zope.server.http (HTTP) started.
>> Hostname: pitonas
>> Port: 8080
>> This is what Roundup prints on startup:
>> Server running - connect to:
> Another related fix that probably applies to both Zope 2 and Zope 3
> (although I'm not sure about the latter) - this gets printed at the
> *beginning* of the output from the process, which means that it quickly
> scrolls out of view if there are any messages from the server process
> at all (which there always are, at least on Zope 2).
Heh, only with Plone, where PTS spews tons of useless gunk at INFO level.
> Instead of printing:
> "2006-01-17 14:59:09 INFO Zope Ready to handle requests"
> at the end, could we have something like:
> "2006-01-17 14:59:09 INFO Zope Ready to handle requests on the
> following ports:"
> and then a list of the ports it is running on? One of the classic
> newbie gotchas (especially on Linux or other platforms not using the
> Plone installer) is "Oh, it's running - but where? How do I connect to
> Zope tells you where to connect, but way too early in the output.
Let's fix the spew in PTS instead (which should be at BLATHER or DEBUG
Tres Seaver +1 202-558-7113 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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