How to use 'python logging file location' in Python

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80def configureLogging():
81
82 # compute the log filename
83 fullpath = inspect.stack()[1][1]
84 filename = (os.path.split(fullpath)[-1]).split('.')[0]
85 logfilename = '{0}.log'.format(filename)
86
87 # find the log configuration file, if any
88 logconf = None
89 for p in [
90 os.path.join('.', 'logging.conf'),
91 os.path.join('..', 'logging.conf'),
92 os.path.join('app','logging.conf'),
93 ]:
94 if os.path.exists(p):
95 logconf = p
96 break
97
98 # start logging
99 if logconf:
100 logging.config.fileConfig(
101 fname = logconf,
102 defaults = {
103 'logfilename': logfilename,
104 }
105 )
106 else:
107 print "WARNING: no log configuration file could be found."
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