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From Ceki Gülcü <...@qos.ch>
Subject RE: Comments on JSR47
Date Tue, 12 Jun 2001 08:07:06 GMT

Hello David,

The argument that JSR47 is a standard carries some weight but at the end of the day, developers
will go with what offers them the most functionality with the least pain. Judging from log4j's
increasing popularity, the jury is still out on this one. Regards, Ceki


At 00:44 12.06.2001 -0700, you wrote:

>> I've noticed an incredible amount of inertia from people who
>> don't know a lot
>> about logging but know they need it.  The comments usually go
>> something like:
>>
>>     "Why should I use <other logging package> when there is a
>>      logging package in JDK1.4".
>>
>> This endorses a "poor" API way beyond what it deserves.
>
>This is what scares me the most. I will be forced to use it because certain
>people will feel it is a "standard". Any yes, I agree... the JCPs wonderful
>logging API is in need of some improvements. <- understatement. "can I see
>some interfaces please"
>
>-david
>
>
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