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Author sdwarwick
Recipients mitar, sdwarwick, vinay.sajip
Date 2017-09-24.17:34:27
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you probably have already considered this, but I just wanted to ask if it might be worth considering turning the problem "upside down" to make things easier.

  I'm interpreting the problem that there are variables we'd like to add to the output log that are provided inside the logger, which is why we need to use a specific type of format string to make sure you add them correctly.   If instead, these same variables are simply exposed as logger attributes, we could just create the complete formatted string when we call the logger. " {:s} {:s} ",, logger.module ) 

does this make any sense?
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