Source code for

# -*- coding: utf-8

import os
import shutil
import logging
import logging.config
from import helpers

[docs]def define_logging(inifile='logging.ini', basicpath=None, subdir='log_files', log_version=True): r"""Initialise the logger using the logging.conf file in the local path. Several sentences providing an extended description. Refer to variables using back-ticks, e.g. `var`. Parameters ---------- inifile : string, optional (default: logging.ini) Name of the configuration file to define the logger. If no ini-file exist a default ini-file will be copied from 'default_files' and used. basicpath : string, optional (default: '.oemof' in HOME) The basicpath for different oemof related information. By default a ".oemof' folder is created in your home directory. subdir : string, optional (default: 'log_files') The name of the subfolder of the basicpath where the log-files are stored. log_version : boolean If True the actual version or commit is logged while initialising the logger. Notes ----- By default the INFO level is printed on the screen and the debug level in a file, but you can easily configure the ini-file. Every module that wants to create logging messages has to import the logging module. The oemof logger module has to be imported once to initialise it. Examples -------- To define the default logger you have to import the python logging library and this function. The first logging message should be the path where the log file is saved to. >>> import logging >>> from import logger >>> logger.define_logging() # doctest: +SKIP 17:56:51-INFO-Path for logging: /HOME/.oemof/log_files ... >>> logging.debug("Hallo") """ if basicpath is None: basicpath = helpers.get_basic_path() logpath = helpers.extend_basic_path(subdir) log_filename = os.path.join(basicpath, inifile) default_file = os.path.join(os.path.dirname( os.path.realpath(__file__)), 'default_files', 'logging_default.ini') if not os.path.isfile(log_filename): shutil.copyfile(default_file, log_filename) logging.config.fileConfig(os.path.join(basicpath, inifile)) logger = logging.getLogger('simpleExample') logger.debug('*********************************************************')'Path for logging: %s' % logpath) if log_version: try: check_git_branch() except FileNotFoundError: check_version()
[docs]def check_version(): """Returns the actual version number of the used oemof version.""" import oemof version = oemof.__version__"Used oemof version: {0}".format(version))
[docs]def check_git_branch(): """Passes the used branch and commit to the logger """ path = os.path.join(os.path.dirname( os.path.realpath(__file__)), os.pardir, os.pardir, '.git') # Reads the name of the branch f_branch = os.path.join(path, 'HEAD') f = open(f_branch, "r") first_line = f.readlines(1) name_full = first_line[0].replace("\n", "") name_branch = name_full.replace("ref: refs/heads/", "") f.close() # Reads the code of the last commit used f_commit = os.path.join(path, 'refs', 'heads', name_branch) f = open(f_commit, "r") last_commit = f.close()"Used oemof version: {0}@{1}".format( last_commit, name_branch))
[docs]def time_logging(start, text, logging_level='debug'): """ Logs the time between the given start time and the actual time. A text and the debug level is variable. Parameters ---------- start : float start time text : string text to describe the log logging_level : string logging_level [default='debug'] """ import time end_time = time.time() - start hours = int(end_time / 3600) minutes = int(end_time / 60 - hours * 60) seconds = int(end_time - hours * 3600 - minutes * 60) time_string = ' %0d:%02d:%02d hours' % (hours, minutes, seconds) log_str = text + time_string if logging_level == 'debug': logging.debug(log_str) elif logging_level == 'info':