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From Douglas E Wegscheid <Douglas_E_Wegsch...@whirlpool.com>
Subject Re: A default getLogger method
Date Wed, 28 Jan 2009 14:05:51 GMT
it's not what I expect. If I see an error message that is marked as being 
logged by class T1, I would expect to find the corresponding logging 
statement in class T1 or a superclass, not a subclass....

but that's just a style thing...

Douglas E Wegscheid
Lead Technical Analyst, Whirlpool Corporation

"A wrong note played hesitatingly is a wrong note. A wrong note played 
with conviction is interpretation."

"Craig P. Motlin" <motlin@gmail.com> wrote on 01/28/2009 08:54:30 AM:

> Great, so we're in agreement.  I guess I'm just looking for a case
> where it doesn't work with inheritance.  I've only seen it work the
> same way as creating the Logger by passing in the class literal.  Your
> very first example had the behavior I would expect - all log
> statements appeared to be from the super class.

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