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From "Randall J. Parr" <RP...@TemporalArts.COM>
Subject Re: best to start with 1.1.3 or 1.2 ?
Date Thu, 13 Dec 2001 02:05:12 GMT
Ceki Gulcu wrote:

>I suggest you go with log4j 1.2.  It's marked alpha but is quite stable.
>
>At 08:41 12.12.2001 -0600, you wrote:
>
>>I want to start using Log4J in a project
>>(currently in development, production in 1-3 months)
>>
>>I would prefer to start and learn using the newer 1.2 version
>>which is, as I understand it, much closer to the logging
>>to be included in Java 1.4.
>>
>>1) Is Log4J 1.2 ready or will very shortly be ready for this?
>>
>>2) If not, is moving from 1.1.3 to 1.2 (or Java 1.4)
>>primarily new names or is it major change?
>>
>
>There are naming changes and many internal changes transparent to the user. Log4j 1.2
can be considered as a plug-in replacement for 1.1.3 in the vast majority of cases.
>
>>3) Is there any rough ideas about the 1.2 roadmap?
>>
>
>No, there is none. Ceki
>
Are there any guides or updated docs for using the 1.2 version.
Last I checked all docs I could find were based on 1.1.3.
That's probably ok if you could point me at the 1.1.3 to 1.2 Rosetta stone.

Thanks
R.Parr



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