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From Dean Hiller <>
Subject Re: how to programatically temporarily turn off logging
Date Tue, 26 Aug 2003 00:15:34 GMT
thanks Dominique.  I think I have to go your suggested route instead.  
The previous suggestion by Jan was really good, but turned out I would 
have to worry too much about cloning the project properties and alot of 
other stuff.  I did especially like the debug you added too!!!!  fits in 
right with what I want.

Dominique Devienne wrote:

>A little hackish, but this works...
>Redirects the INFO output to VERBOSE. --DD
>  /** Silent version of &lt;unzip&gt;. */
>  private static class SilentExpand extends Expand {
>    public void log(String msg) {   
>      super.log(msg, Project.MSG_VERBOSE);   
>    }
>    public void log(String msg, int level) {   
>      super.log(msg, (level==Project.MSG_INFO? Project.MSG_VERBOSE: level));
>    }
>  } // END class DspModuleInstall.SilentExpand
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Dean Hiller []
>>Sent: Monday, August 25, 2003 8:27 AM
>>Subject: how to programatically temporarily turn off logging
>>I have a task that uses the move tasks.  How do I turn off logging from
>>the Move task?
>>I typically will only let the move task log when the user selects
>>verbose or debug or something.  Otherwise, there is just too much
>>logging coming out of my new ant task.
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