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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 33143] - [PATCH] Java 1.4 loggers per context
Date Sun, 06 Feb 2005 13:26:45 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From remm@apache.org  2005-02-06 14:26 -------
The article pointed is completely inaccurate. It's not my fault if the original
author did not know how his tool could be improved and used properly.
Commons-logging specific issues are minimal these days, so I don't see anything
to fix here.

This bug is about limitations with the default implementation of java.util.logging.

-1 for ugli. We're obviously going to continue using commons-logging (which does
more or less the same as ugli does; again, I note willingness to avoid
participating in non log4j initiatives).

I have no personality conflict with Ceki, other than the fact that he chose to
split the logging API, rather than try to contribute and enhance standards. That
is his choice, but as you can probably understand, this created difficulties for
users like me, which now have multiple incompatible APIs on hand, with no merge
on the horizon, and forced me into using useless wrappers (like
commons-logging), which have their own individual issues, to overcome this. So
it's a professional conflict, if you'd like ;)

UGLI is yet another fork attempt by Ceki of a well accepted API, rather than try
to contibute or enhance the said API. It's just lame, I have nothing else to say.


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