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ipython-3.2.0-maint? It means I can’t specify
ipython>3.0, because the comparison when pip is checking dependencies fails :(
+to work, but as I’m reading PEP440 it seems like that wouldn’t do it either.
ipython_kernel_config.pytakes on the order of .3 seconds, and specify an ipython_extension that itself takes ~half a second to initialize. Between the logs from the config and the extension startup, I'm seeing a window of around 6 seconds of inactivity. Any ideas what kernel process does that's computationally interesting in the window between executing the config and loading extensions?
logging.getLogger('XXX').info('bla'), this is not shown, because the log level is too low
logging.getLogger('XXX').setLever(logging.INFO)it shows up in the ipython notebook
XXXlogger that logs INFO messages, but without them showing up in the ipython notebook as well
logging.getLogger('XXX').addHandler(...)to do that.
XXXlog messages to go to my logger, and the notebook should handle everything else as usual
In : import logging In : logging.getLogger('XXX').addHandler(logging.StreamHandler()) In : logging.getLogger('XXX').warn('bla') bla In : logging.warn('bla2') WARNING:root:bla2 In : logging.getLogger('XXX').warn('bla3') bla3 WARNING:XXX:bla3
--mem-limit=, but I'm not sure if that works.