From: Chris Withers on
I'm pleased to announce a new release of Mailinglogger.

Mailinglogger provides two handlers for the standard python
logging framework that enable log entries to be emailed either as the
entries are logged or as a summary at the end of the running process.

The handlers have the following features:

- customisable and dynamic subject lines for emails sent

- emails sent with an X-Mailer header for easy filtering

- flood protection to ensure the number of emails sent is not excessive

- support for SMTP servers that require authentication

- fully documented and tested

The latest releases of ZConfig provides a great way to
configure the python logging framework without having to resort to the
appalling .ini-based configuration stuff:

>>> from ZConfig import configureLoggers
>>> configureLoggers('''
.... <logger>
.... level INFO
.... <logfile>
.... format %(levelname)s %(name)s %(message)s
.... </logfile>
.... </logger>
.... ''')

This release and the previous release fix some problems with
interpolating non-text objects into log messages and running the tests
in non-GMT timezones.

For more information, please see:



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