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From Geir Magnusson Jr <>
Subject Re: logging
Date Sun, 12 Mar 2006 13:19:43 GMT
How do the components of Sun's J2SE log things?  How does the internal ORB?

That's they way Harmony will probably do it.


Lars K├╝hne wrote:
> Alan D. Cabrera wrote:
>>> The only thing that I find questionable in the Geronimo coding 
>>> standard for yoko is the use of commons logging. For example I'm not 
>>> convinced that j.c.l would work well when yoko is used inside 
>>> Harmony. I like the current dependency injection design for loggers. 
>>> OpenORB uses something similar (avalon logkit), it works just fine, 
>>> and I see none of the j.c.l classloader problems.
>> IIUC, log4j is the hands down favorite.  Does it suffer any of the 
>> j.c.l classloader problems?
> I don't think so, and personally I could live with log4j. Geir is in a 
> much better position to answer that question for Harmony. I would find 
> it odd if Harmony would include log4j.
> Like most people these days, I like dependency injection, and this is 
> what the current code does. Why not stick with it and just change the 
> current Logger interface a bit (e.g. don't make it a CORBA object, add 
> isDebugEnabled(), etc.)?
> Lars

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