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log4j is a Java-based logging utility, and is one of many projects from the Apache Software Foundation. It is used primarily as a debugging tool.
This project is a modern C++ library with a focus on portability and program correctness. It strives to be easy to use right and hard to use wrong. Thus, it comes with extensive documentation and thorough debugging modes. The library provides a platform abstraction layer for common tasks such as ... [More]
Log4cxx is C++ port of Log4j. log4cxx attempts to mimic log4j usage as much as the language will allow and to be compatible with log4j configuration and output formats.
The logging support in the standard Log Service of the OSGi specification is minimalistic and not entirely suitable for enterprise applications. This project tries to address this by extending the standard interface with additional interfaces and using a strong logging backend, the Apache Log4J. Pax ... [More]
Planned Features nice looking and easy-to-use interface multi-platform responsive, high throughput support all major logging frameworks (log4j, logback, java.util.logging, log4cxx, ...) receive log events via sockets read log events from file save log events to file advanced filtering and ... [More]
LogHoster is a web-based log tracker that helps you keep in eye what's happening to your application. LogHoster is a new way of tracking your application events. It’s elegant, easy, and web-based. Simply Sign Up, download LogHoster Logger component, and use it in your application. Since ... [More]
A logger for erlang in the spirit of Log4J. You can download the latest tarball from the downloads section and read README.txt file for instructions on using log4erl. Please visit blog for this project at http://log4erl.blogspot.com. Also, you can subscribe to our page in google groups in ... [More]
Direct Democracy Portal, mixing open source with politics to create a portal for online organisations governed through direct democracy. Using maven, mysql, hibernate annotations (EJB 3.0), spring framework and ThinWire RIA Ajax Framework.