Hi Jens,

I built avalon-framework-cvs-20020315.jar from the Framework codebase in 
CVS (pulled on the date of the jar file) because at the time, the 
current release was too out of date. Unfortunately, I think there still 
hasn't been another release yet.

Jens Kühnberger wrote:
> java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/apache/avalon/framework/logger/ConsoleLogger
> [snip]
> when I'm using the avalon-framwork-4.1.2.jar.

You'll get the NoClassDefFoundError when using avalon-framwork-4.1.2.jar 
because it doesn't contain the afore-mentioned up-to-date code.

> The problem with the 
> avalon-framework-cvs-20020315.jar that comes with the 
> fop-0.20.4-bin.tar.gz is, that it doesn't have the 
> org.apache.avalon.framework.logger.Log4JLogger class.

The Log4JLogger probably wasn't built becuase Log4J would not have been 
found when I was compiling the Framework codebase.

The solution would be to pull the Framework source code, make sure Log4J 
is on your CLASSPATH, and build it. Use the resulting jar instead of 
both avalon-framework-cvs-20020315.jar and avalon-framwork-4.1.2.jar and 
you should be fine.


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