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From Peter Donald <pe...@apache.org>
Subject Re: LogEnable ECM
Date Sat, 18 May 2002 06:19:48 GMT

I had a bash at doing it today. Basically it should be possible to either 
supply LoggerManager+ be LogEnabled or supply LogKitManager+be Loggable. 

In theory it should work but as I haven't tested it at all, in practice it may 
need a bit of work. Because I don't use the ECM at all I am going to find it 
hard to test ;) 

If someone could supply a very simple program/harnesss I could use to test the 
system then that would be fantastic. Or even better if someone could test it 
and see which stupid mistakes I made ;) You can have a look at it by doing 
something like

cd jakarta-avalon-excalibur/container

This will get the branch I have been working on. Then just run ant to compile 
it and have a bash.

On Wed, 15 May 2002 23:29, Berin Loritsch wrote:
> +1000
> Yes! go for it!
> > From: Peter Donald [mailto:peter@apache.org]
> <snip> proposal text </snip>
> > The one possible ugly of this is that if anyone extended any
> > of the components
> > of ECM and they used the Logger in non-standard ways then it
> > may break.
> > However given the structure I believe that the Handlers and
> > factory will
> > never be subclassed.
> That is an unlikely scenario.  Cocoon does subclass ECM/ECS in
> a couple instances, but it is only to change classloaders to load
> the components in.
> > So the only possible breakage occurs with people who subclass
> > ECM and do more
> > than just Log with LogKit logger. So is this a likely scenario?
> I doubt it.
> Most users of ECM let it do all the tough stuff.
> > Just in case your wondering why I am motivated to do this it
> > is because I want
> > to remove last bits of LogKit dependency from Phoenixs API
> > layer. However
> > people are using the ECM which is still Loggable and thus
> > need access to
> > LogKit Loggers.
> >
> > Thoughts? Can I do it ;)
> If you can do it without breaking the ability to support Loggable
> Components, then +1000.  Do it!
> If there are users who use ECM/ECS in non-standard ways, then they
> should know the risks of doing that.


Peter Donald

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