[logback-user] Groovy configuration includes

Charlie Pai cpai at factset.com
Fri Dec 18 01:28:03 UTC 2015

> Don't put logback.groovy in a jar then?

Well, if you're using Maven and place logback.groovy in src/main/resources then it will automatically go in the jar.

I guess it's possible to have a separate logback.groovy file and place it in the classpath at runtime but I'd rather not if there's an easier method.

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