"Error: Invalid log level" when switching Logging Type to None in Admin panel — at Version 13
|Reported by:||Owned by:||Jun Omae|
If I go to Admin / Logging and choose Type "File" and "Apply changes" it works as expected and says "Your changes have been saved". But if I choose Type "None" again and "Apply changes" then and error page shows with "Unknown log level None" in a red box.
I see this bug in trac-1.2.3, installed with pip of Python 2.7.9 on an up-to-date Raspbian Stretch.
And I can reproduce this bug on a fresh ISO-DVD of Linux Mint 19.0 (Python 2.7.15) and a Trac built from source of rjollos.git branch "pull_de_from_transifex" (I guess one of the latest rc of upcoming 1.2.4)
As root I edit trac.ini manually. But without access to trac.ini one could leave Type as-is and switch Level to CRITICAL to mute Logging.
I think this bug should not be fixed in the page code, but here:
I would change this line into:
new_level = req.args.get('log_level') or log_level
Change History (13)
comment:12 by , 4 years ago
|Branch:||log:jomae.git@t13121+1.2-stable → log:firstname.lastname@example.org+1.2-stable log:email@example.com+trunk|
|Release Notes:||modified (diff)|
|Status:||assigned → closed|