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From Peter Donald <>
Subject Re: logging in c2
Date Wed, 11 Apr 2001 22:08:51 GMT
At 11:24  11/4/01 -0400, Donald Ball wrote:
>i'd be very surprised if log4j didn't run just as fast as logkit. 


>not that
>i have a vested interest one way or the other, but log4j does have some
>compelling arguments behind it:
>* (potential of?) broad acceptance among apache projects

not really - most projects that use it provide facades and many projects
will flip to the logging JSR when it is final.

>* multiple output targets (key for production servers)

which of course logkit has.

>* hierarchical categories (sitemap, xsp, parser) as well as error severity
>reporting (debug, info, etc.) (key for debugging)

which of course logkit has.

>* broader development community behind it

logkit doesn't have ;) - but does it need it ? ;)



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