Add levels of verbosity for easier debugging

Bug #816080 reported by Elizabeth K. Joseph
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Bug Description

Currently when debugging lernid we use the -v option to see everything it's doing.

However, everything is often too much, we end up with a terminal full of:

DEBUG:root:members changed in ubuntu-classroom-chat
DEBUG:root:members updated
DEBUG:root:message received in ubuntu-classroom

Which is rarely useful when working on specific problems unrelated to incoming chat messages.

It would be nice to have levels of verbosity that we can set, ie: -v for errors, -vv for some more detail -vvv for everything.

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John S. Gruber (jsjgruber) wrote :

The -d option gives everything the old -v option did. -v now omits the log messages about irc messages being sent and received, and people joining and leaving the chat and classrooms.

Changed in lernid:
status: New → Fix Released
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