[logback-dev] Multiply logback.xml files on the classpath.
Szel, Zoltan (IT)
Zoli.Szel at MorganStanley.com
Mon Nov 17 14:38:05 CET 2008
I have created the Jira for it: http://jira.qos.ch/browse/LBCLASSIC-85
From: logback-dev-bounces at qos.ch [mailto:logback-dev-bounces at qos.ch] On Behalf Of Ceki Gulcu
Sent: Monday, November 17, 2008 2:23 PM
To: logback developers list
Subject: Re: [logback-dev] Multiply logback.xml files on the classpath.
Good suggestion. I'd appreciate if you could create a jira issue for it.
Szel, Zoltan (IT) wrote:
> Hi all,
> i have hit this issue a couple of times now, so i go ahead and rise it.
> We are creating libraries to our developers, which are usually have an
> example part, where they can try our piece of software out. These
> examples are part of our Eclipse project. All these examples have a
> logback.xml file to show how a complete application should look like.
> During development, this causes some issues because the first one in
> the classpath will be loaded, so i ended up to use the manual config
> loading via Joran, but it took me some time to figure out the root
> cause of the issue. I imagine, this will cause issues when developers
> will start to bundle there logback.xml file into there jars.
> Could the ContextInitializer be changed to detect such a scenario and
> report it? The change is fairly easy, instead of using the
> getResource(String name) function from the ClassLoader class, you
> could go with the getResources(String name) function, check if it
> returned more than one element, than report to the Status manager the
> fact, that there are more than 1 logback.xml file on the classpath and
> the first one will be used.
> Thanks in advance,
> Kind Regards,
> Zoltan Szel
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