Sat Apr 23 15:08:53 NZST 2005
Sometimes over-engineered frameworks can be very helpful in providing a
consistent and well tested set of foundations upon which to build. It
is better to start with solid foundations than to try and stuff in more
solid foundations as an after thought when your programs requirements
expand. If the framework is good it shouldn't require you to do a lot
of work to start using it. Log4* is like that. It is relatively simple
to get up and running with it.
On Fri, 2005-04-22 at 16:53 +0200, A. Pagaltzis wrote:
> * Oliver Jones <oliver@d...> [2005-04-19 08:25]:
> > You can also use Log::log4perl which is a Perl version of
> > Log4J. Log4J is a very flexible application logging framework.
> And since my immediate reaction when I read phrases like
> “flexible framework” is to assume a bloated, overengineered API
> that forces its world view on me instead of adapting to my
> Log4perl also makes it very easy to do the simple things you
> might want to do. It scales seemlessly from 10-liners to 10,000
> LOC projects.
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