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From Christian Sell <>
Subject Re: [jelly] echo tag
Date Thu, 23 Jan 2003 11:43:27 GMT
> How about
>     <j:stdout newline="true">this is some text</j:stdout>
>     <j:stderr newline="false">this is some text</j:stderr>

not bad..

>>where the above attributes show all the default values, so that they can
>>be ommitted, yielding this effect:
>>System.out.println("this is a message");
> Just an idle observation, you could declare System.out and System.err as
> variables, then just do
> ${out.println('some text')}
> ${err.println('some text')}

certainly. I guess I could do almost anything I can do in Java. But 
then, whats the point of a scripting language?

And yes (to the other poster) I can reconfigure Log4J, and finally 
somehow and sometime get there.

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