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From Janne Jalkanen <Janne.Jalka...@ecyrd.com>
Subject Re: [jira] Commented: (JSPWIKI-376) Move from log4j to slf4j
Date Tue, 28 Oct 2008 07:14:39 GMT
> I've come out before against adding Yet Another Logging Package  
> (YALP) to
> our set of jar files, and while I'd still really prefer to avoid doing
> that I thought I would offer support for going with  
> java.util.logging, in
> that if JSPWiki relied entirely on it I'd be willing (and relatively
> happy) to go to the trouble of moving my own code over to that for the
> same reasons as you state: I'd like to remove unnecessary dependencies
> and reduce the overall weight of my installations. The redundancies of
> the current situation are likewise frustrating.

Unfortunately, java.util.logging does not reduce our dependencies at  
all.  Some external jars that we have require commons logging, some  
require log4j, so we can't get rid of those.

Moving to jabsorb in preference of jsonrpc lib means that we have to  
*add* another set of logging libraries, namely slf4j.

java.util.logging does not really help the situation at all (and in  
fact, makes it worse, since j.u.l does not support multiple logging  
configurations per jvm, which is pretty much a showstopper for my own  
installations, for example.)

/Janne

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