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Wed Feb 7 19:03:40 CET 2007
At 05:08 PM 2/7/2007, Eric Crahen wrote:
> I've been experimenting with logback + slf4j and have been quite
> impressed. The slf4j API is what I write new code against, and I'm able
> to leverage the jcl104-over-slf4j facade and logback-log4j-bridge to
> intercept calls to commons logging and log4j respectively. This works
> really well so far. I do have one other legacy logging API that is used
> in some circumstances. That's the jdk14 jul api. Has anyone written a jul
> Handler that will route jul calls to logback? Any comments on how well
> that has/would work out?
Many thanks. It's always a pleasure to hear good things about one's work.
Except for bug#23 (see ) which is usually not blocking, the
jcl104-over-slf4j bridge is known to work well for some time now. The
logback-log4j-bridge is much more recent and works surprisingly well thus
far. We currently use it in all our legacy systems in production.
Although we have not attempted to do so, bridging the jul API should be
possible. After all, x4juli does it. Would you mind creating a bug report
so that we implement this feature for the next release of logback?
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