Originally, when I first started work on the ticket, using logback would have been my goal. After going through the code a few times, what is driving me now is really to clean things up a little and position things for an eventual ability to use logback or to upgrade to log4j-2.
After seeing how log4j is being used in Accumulo, well it is going to take a while to get there. I use a bunch of code that uses logback and it would be nice to manage one logging framework. It is not a big hurdle, just a nit. And something always seems to require log4j so I end up with both anyway.
I would at least like to provide the ability of client code to use their logging framework of choice.
I like the message formatting (maybe I'm used to looking at it) and I don't need to remember to put guards (isDegugEnabled) around log statements.
The marker interface seems promising and I'd like to see how it could be leveraged.
And with a request for internationalized logging in ACCUMULO-2797, well slf4j (http://www.slf4j.org/localization.html)
seems like it would position us to support that too.
On Tuesday, May 13, 2014 12:18 AM, William Slacum wrote: