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Back in 2005, when I was writing Java software for an embedded home automation controller, we ran into a little unforeseen problem. The embedded virtual machine we were using implemented only the Java 1.3 API, and so did not offer any logging facilities (which only Java 1.4 started having). We ended up using the logging implementation from the GNU Classpath project, but choosing a good logging framework in future projects will make a crucial difference for embedded applications that will run for months, if not years, unattended. Here I recap the most popular Java logging frameworks of the day, and their relevance to the field of building automation.

Posted by CodeJustin  |   Jul 26 2009 / 19:12

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