Actually it is not. You can still use Log4J as you did, but there's one more
lib living in you app space now - if it wasn't allready there because a lot
of project have a dependency on it.

I really like Log4J and never used other logging systems when I did not have
to. I do understand users who do not want to have the dependency on it when
they do not use it. Commons logging 1.0.3 consists of 17 classes and is
about 31 kb, Log4J consists of 244 classes and is about 345 kb large.

Eelco

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Sent: Sunday, June 13, 2004 1:03 AM
Subject: Re: [Mav-user] Site permissions and release plan


> Is this an optional change?  IE is either the old or new logger a viable
> option?
> On the nerits of Maverick, I recently started using log4j exclusively.
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