+-------[ Ken Winter ]----------------------
| Andrew & Chris ~
| Thanks, but it still doesn't work for me.  See details of what happened when
| I tried each of your suggestions below.


| > 
| > You can also try changing logger.info to logger.warn or logger.error
| >
| Next, I tried logger.warn, and restarted Zope.  
| No change.

I would suggest then that your zope user does not have write access to
the OFS directory (or the files), and cannot create new .pyc files and 
is using the existing ones (without the logging).

Or that you are not changing the code that is being executed...

Andrew Milton
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