[logback-user] Is there a Junit appender?

Chris Helck Chris.Helck at us.icap.com
Wed Apr 28 20:15:54 CEST 2010

I want to unit test some objects and to check that the objects are
logging certain messages under certain cirmcumstances. Is this possible?
Is it easy?

I am using slf4j. When I run the unit tests I use the NOP logger, in
production we use logback. 

I want something like:

  Logger logger = LoggerFactory.getLogger(MyStuff.class);
  logger.info( "Hello World");

  assertTrue( logger.wasLoggedAsInfo( "Hello World"));

C. Helck


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