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logging module: passing more args to the smtp handler?

 
 
Andreas Jung
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      09-01-2003
I have something like

try:
do_something_evil()
except:
reason = '....'
mylogger.critical('error with', exc_info=sys.exc_info())

my logginer.ini contains:

[handler_smtp]
....
level=CRITICAL
args=('localhost', '(E-Mail Removed)', 'my subject')

Is there a way to pass the 'reason' var to the Logger in order
to be emitted as body of the mail?

-aj

 
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