[BlueBream] deploy.ini: No stacktraces on console anymore
thomas.massmann at inqbus.de
Tue Jun 28 04:00:01 EDT 2011
basically we are running a vanilla bluebream with the latest paster template in a new python 2.6 virtual environment. Bootstrapping was done like always with python bootstrap.py and then running buildout. So nothing special here.
But the thing is that we have a bluebream project based on bluebream 1.0b4 where we get the stacktraces on the console. And the configuration seems to be almost the same (deploy.ini, zope.conf). So I guess we get this different behavior because of some package upgrades due to the version pinning or maybe some bluebream configuration we haven't covered yet.
On Jun 28, 2011, at 9:37 AM, Christian Klinger wrote:
> Hi Volker,
> thats intresting. So i guess you have to look in your zope.conf
> there should be a section with this contents:
> path STDOUT
> formatter zope.exceptions.log.Formatter
> Do you have this in your zope.conf?
> If not try to add it and see if it works for you.
> BTW. How did you bootstrap your bluebream application?
>> Hi Christian!
>> Thanks fro the fast reply.
>> On 27/06/11 10:13, Christian Klinger wrote:
>>> Hi Volker,
>>> can you paste your deploy.ini file. I want to compare with my
>> It's a short one.
>> use = egg:hat.core
>> use = egg:Paste#http
>> host = 127.0.0.1
>> port = 8080
>> # set the name of the zope.conf file
>> zope_conf = %(here)s/etc/zope-deploy.conf
>> Best regards,
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