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VASmalltalk – log4s and its design limitations

Perhaps you have read this last year and now the problems with the TimeZone management I mentioned with the 8.5.2 release. In that release log messages were used in the timeZone-code. The most interesting part is how the author of … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – log4s – multiple logger creation

As you might have discovered, you can only define ONE new logger within one section (of your ini file). Therefore this is possible: [zmqlog] createLogger=(zmqlog) and this is NOT possible: [zmqlog] createLogger=(zmqlog,zmqlog2) to make the later possible you might change … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – log4s – Transcript appender

When working under Windows you may notice – if activating log4s and you defined it – that a Transcript appender has been created for the main logger (the “root” logger) – but you will not see any output from that … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – log4s – new loggers and their appender definitions

One thing to remember if you layout your logging structure with log4s: -> use one section for each new logger [zmqlog] createLogger=(zmqlog) [zmqstat] createLogger=(zmqstat) -> keep in mind, that you can only define ONE appender-definition per appender-key. Therefore this is … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – Application specific loggers and appenders

There may be situations, where you wish to extend the log4s framework within VASmalltalk – either by introduing new loggers (because a newly loaded application just logs to a very special logger and NOT “root”, therefore the logger should only … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – Log4s, ZeroMQ and Multicast appender

Idea and needs When thinking about building communicating components (node) with VASmalltalk and ZeroMQ I decided, that each component should always have additional capabilities: logging, independent data transfer and offering its service to other nodes. Logging: With the introduction of … Continue reading

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