I am trying to use Python logging module.
Is there a way to redirect clips.PrintFacts() and similar
clips Print functions output from stdout into the logging file?
I tried these:
but none worked.
I also tried to redirect standard output to a file,
but the regular clips.PrintFacts() seems to not have been
So, a question: is it possible to log a clips.Printxxxx() output
to a log file?
If yes, then how?
Actually, there's no way to log such functions (.PrintXxx) to a file: they were intended for interactive use. CLIPS uses a quite convoluted IO system, that I tried to make simpler - also by making these functions directly available.
However, my implementation of the .PrintXxx() functions redirects its output directly to sys.stdout, so I don't see why it shouldn't work with redirection. Just to be safe, i tried it with a pipe to the "tee" command and the results of PrintFacts() were regularly logged. Are you perhaps using Windows? And if so, did you try to use the "-u" switch for Python?