[logback-user] produce configuration file from current configuration?

Martin Todorov carlspring at gmail.com
Thu Mar 31 19:00:51 UTC 2016

Hi Norbert,

We recently put together the following project:
- https://github.com/carlspring/logback-configuration

It has a simple REST API and a Spring-based service layer. It's quite easy
to set up. It has some straight-forward test cases which you can have a
look at in order to figure out how things work.
I haven't yet pushed it Maven Central, but if it looks like something you
might want to use, let me know and I'll release a version 1.0.

Let me know what you think!
Kind regards,

Martin Todorov

On Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 6:49 PM, Norbert Kiesel <nkiesel at metricstream.com>

> Hi,
> we finally switched from a home-grown logging system to slf4j/logback and
> are overall happy.  However, the old solution (which was much  more
> limited) offered a web GUI for setting the root log level.  We could of
> course implement that using the logback API.  However, this will of not be
> reflected in our logback.xml.  I'm also worried that any other change in
> that file will simply reset the log level given that we use the
> `scanPeriod` option.
> Is there a way to convert a current logback configuration back into an XML
> (or Groovy) configuration file?
> </nk>
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