[logback-user] RCP

ceki ceki at qos.ch
Thu May 24 18:34:41 CEST 2012

Hi Tony,

Nice work! Do you have suggestions as how to package this code? Should 
be it be a Eclipse plugin? (I am assuming it can be anything else).


On 24.05.2012 18:27, Tony Trinh wrote:
> On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 11:25 AM, Tony Trinh <tony19 at gmail.com
> <mailto:tony19 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     See the attached sample project with this all working. I created the
>     EclipseLogAppender class, which writes to Eclipse's Error Log. (It
>     would be nice to add this class to logback's source, but it's
>     dependent on Eclipse packages...not sure how to handle that.) To run
>     the example:
>         1. From Eclipse, import the attached sample project (choose menu
>         "File > Import... > Existing Projects into Workspace").
>         2. Download logback-core-1.0.3.jar, logback-classic-1.0.3.jar,
>         and slf4j-api-1.6.4.jar into the project's "libs" directory.
>         3. Rebuild and run the project (which opens a new instance of
>         Eclipse).
>         4. From the new instance of Eclipse, open the Error Log (menu
>         "Window > Show Views > Error Log"), and choose menu "Sample Menu
>          > Sample Command". This causes a "Hello World" message box,
>         followed by a log entry in the Error Log.
> I updated EclipseLogAppender to decouple it from the plugin; it now
> requires the plugin bundle's symbolic name (as specified in the
> "Bundle-SymbolicName" property in the plugin's manifest), which is set
> in the logback config as seen below:
> <configuration>
> <appender name="eclipse" class="ch.qos.logback.classic.EclipseLogAppender">
> <encoder>
> <pattern>[%method] > %msg%n</pattern>
> </encoder>
> <bundleName>com.example.e4.helloworld</bundleName>
> </appender>
> <root level="TRACE">
> <appender-ref ref="eclipse" />
> </root>
> </configuration>

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