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from __future__ import print_function
import time
from proton.reactor import Reactor
# Not every event goes to the reactor's event handler. If we have a
# separate handler for something like a scheduled task, then those
# events aren't logged by the logger associated with the reactor's
# handler. Sometimes this is useful if you don't want to see them, but
# sometimes you want the global picture.
class Logger:
def on_unhandled(self, name, event):
print("LOG:", name, event)
class Task:
def on_timer_task(self, event):
print("Mission accomplished!")
class Program:
def on_reactor_init(self, event):
print("Hello, World!")
event.reactor.schedule(0, Task())
def on_reactor_final(self, event):
print("Goodbye, World!")
r = Reactor(Program())
# In addition to having a regular handler, the reactor also has a
# global handler that sees every event. By adding the Logger to the
# global handler instead of the regular handler, we can log every
# single event that occurs in the system regardless of whether or not
# there are specific handlers associated with the objects that are the
# target of those events.