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From "ralph.goers" <>
Subject Re: any plans for commons-logging-2.0?
Date Wed, 08 Feb 2012 19:20:55 GMT
You could look at the Log4j 2 API, but while it supports multiple
implementations, is really designed to be an abstraction layer so that
user's have a clear line between the API and implementation.  For the time
being you can find the documentation at  FWIW, Log4j 2 supports using
SLF4J as the API to access it as well as Commons Logging. However, its API
contains more features than either.



On Wed, Feb 8, 2012 at 10:27 AM, Mark Struberg <> wrote:

> Hi folks!
> Over at the DeltaSpike we are discussing about a generic logging layer
> which we can exchange easily.
> We have been reluctant to use slf4j because some containers use different
> layers etc. But jul is also not really satisfying.
> It should be easily shadeable and use java6 features like
> variable-argument parameters, typesafe logging, etc
> Would there be some interest for creating a commons-logging-2.0?
> We could also use this in OpenWebBeans, TomEE, etc
> We could also do the prototyping in DeltaSpike. There are also a few
> DeltaSpike committers which previously worked on JBoss logging.
> LieGrue,
> strub
> PS: this is currently in the 'crazy brainstorming' phase, so nothing
> decided yet on our side...
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