[logback-user] LoggerContext not using java.util.concurrent?

Sebastien Pennec sebastien at qos.ch
Tue Mar 13 13:59:51 CET 2007

Hello Anders,

Historically, logback's first components were developped with JDK 1.4, and we decided 
to switch to JDK 1.5 a bit later.

The ConcurrentHashMap looks interesting, I'm check it out, thanks!


Anders Wallgren wrote:
> Is there a reason logback isn't taking advantage of the java.util.concurrent
> package?
> For example, LoggerContext uses a Hashtable (which synchronizes all access)
> rather than a ConcurrentHashMap, which supports lock-free read access.
> anders

Sébastien Pennec
sebastien at qos.ch

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