Specifying the terminator in dictConfigSaturday, July 30, 2016
Python added logging.config.dictConfig()
in 3.2 (2011), which is the "new" recommended way of configuring loggers, instead of the old .cfg format. What also came with 3.2 was a
terminator attribute on handlers, which allows you to specify the line ending character for log statements, however,
terminator is not configurable in the constructor, which makes it seemingly impossible to configure through dictConfig().