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Sometimes doing things right does help

The work system has two kinds of debug/logging statements.

One is a class with the standard methods (trace through critical) which are just print statements that add "DEBUG" or "INFO" as appropriate. There's not even a hint of output throttling. But it is a class, and so I can rip its guts out and replace them with calls to Python's logging module, and it works.

Then there's the 500+ naked print statements, with "ERROR" or such in their constructed output strings. I can search for them easily -- though I can just search for 'print', I think these are the only uses -- but I don't see any programmatic way of converting them, especially as the logging output formatting needs types (%s, %d) which are totally absent from the existing statements. (And it's python 2, so they are statements.)

I see a day of boring editing in my future.

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