In the documentation for Accessing Cask Logs there is a reference to “foo_channel”
from isaac import Cask, Message cask = Cask('/path/to/log/') # List all channels recorded series = cask.channels['foo_channel']: # Looks for channel named 'foo_channel' for msg in series: # Goes through every messages one by one in recorded order print(msg.proto) print(msg.uuid) print(msg.acqtime) print(msg.pubtime)``` However, there is no "channel" property in the cask.Recorder API
- base_directory [ string ] [default=”/tmp/isaac”]: The base directory used as part of the log directory (see class comment)
- batch_accumulation_duration [ double ] [default=0.1]: Maximum duration to wait before writing out messages, in seconds
- tag [ string ] [default=”“]: A tag used as part of the log directory (see class comment)
- use_compression [ bool ] [default=false]: If enabled compression is used when writing to the log file
- max_buffer_size_mb [ int ] [default=4096]: If messages can not be written out fast enough they are kept in memory. If more than a certain amount of memory is used no new messages are accepted until all messages are written out to the disk.
- max_bytes_written_per_tick_mb [ double ] [default=100]: Maximum total size of messages written per tick.
- min_bytes_per_tick_per_channel_mb [ double ] [default=0.2]: Minimum total size of messages written per tick and channel
- start_recording_automatically [ bool ] [default=true]: If true, the recording will automatically start when this Codelet starts.
My question is how does the channel get defined?