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From "Christopher Randall" <crand...@tivre.com>
Subject Log4J encapsulation is poor
Date Thu, 03 Jan 2002 20:20:10 GMT
I just have a question/comment about the Log4J code. It seems like there
is a vast amount of exposure to instance variables in the code that I
don't quite understand. I see a lot of public, package-access, and
protected instance variables. Why does Log4J expose these data members?

Was this done for a specific purpose, or were the original authors just
lazy coders? If there is a purpose, can someone please explain it to me?


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