Here is how I created a simple Do Nothing object in python.
class DoNothing(): def __getattr__(self, name): def k(*a, **b): pass return k log = DoNothing() log.debug("asdfa", 'asdf"')
Now I can still have log.debug() statements throughout the code-base, in case I want them to do nothing.
All I would do is re-assign log to a DoNothing object.
log = DoNothing()
I am sure there are some flaws with which approach, however this all I need for now.