In your buildout you do :
recipe = zc.zope3recipes:instance
application = app
address = 8080
If you need the log dir precreated you do :
recipe = lovely.recipe:mkdir
path = parts/log
To access the product config from python :
from zope.app.appsetup.product import getProductConfiguration
config = getProductConfiguration('my-config-name')
if config is not None:
path = config.get('logpath')
Use your utility name as "my-config-name".
Darryl Cousins wrote:
I have a custom logger in a package registered with utility
<zope:utility factory=".logger.MyLogger" name="logger" />
In the code it sets itself a logfile to write to, up to now that has
been in a 'log' directory in the package itself.
Now I want to use a log file which is in the buildout of the
application. How could I go about finding that directory from python
code in the package?
The only route that I have come up with so far is to write a
meta:directive which I can use to register the logging utility with a
file path. Something like:
Which I could use like
But there may be a better/easier way. Suggestions?
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