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From Jesse McConnell <>
Subject Re: Logging
Date Mon, 10 Dec 2012 14:34:17 GMT
Curious...reading through all of this it seems there are two primary
situations in play I was wondering if the 'default' logging for console and
embedded need to be so strictly aligned and if you could not just also
publish an distribution or aggregation specifically for embedded that
contains a more friendly default setup.  I know in jetty we push out a
default distribution with barebones logging in it but I know folks that
just take our jetty-distribution's pom.xml, rename it, and add in their own
bits into the right places and roll their own distribution.

dunno if it is viable in this scenario but figured I would throw that out


jesse mcconnell

On Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 8:27 AM, Jason van Zyl <> wrote:

> Given the time of year, I think everyone's focus will be elsewhere and
> starting vacations soon so I would rather just wait. I can't even do the
> minimal to use SLF4J Simple until that patch is reviewed and absorbed if it
> is accepted at all because. When I say inefficient it's on the order of
> breaking the performance test harness in SLF4J simple right now, so I'm
> sure my patch will not go in unchanged. I just wanted to prove it can work.
> There is also the bit of work Hervé wants to do vis-a-vis isolating the
> SLF4J implementation and so that's going to take a few days anyway.
> On Dec 10, 2012, at 3:32 AM, Kristian Rosenvold <
>> wrote:
> > As for options; there is also the option of accepting that the
> > technical challenges were slightly larger than anticipated and
> > that getting things right make take some more time.
> >
> > In this context we could push the slf4j introduction to a "3.1" branch
> > and release 3.0.5 now. Or just take the time.
> >
> > Kristian
> >
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> Jason
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> Jason van Zyl
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