From: Jens Seidel (jensseidel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-02-13 04:25:23
On Wed, Feb 13, 2008 at 09:31:08AM +0100, Arnstein Ressem wrote:
> > If you mean logger hierarchies like in v1, they're not there. I realized
> > that they are not as useful as I thought.
> > I will allow to copy one log into another. Do you think that's enough,
> > or do you have a specific case where you'd like that?
> I have not looked at v1 of the library, but I meant hierarchies like in
> log4j. You have a hierarchy of loggers where each logger has it's
> formatter and writer(s). Changes to the configuration somewhere in the
> hierarchy will propagate down to the loggers further down in the three.
> This an easy way of adjusting log levels etc. for a set of loggers
> instead of having to copy the settings to all loggers manually. It is
> possible to build a framework on top of the current library that will
> handle this so it's not a show stopper.
This should be similar as used in version 1. I also like to
define loggers with names "math.solver.pcg", "math.solver.multigrid",
"math.solver.jacobi" and beeing able to set verbosity by accessing
"math.solver*". This is a feature in version 1 I really like!
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