HornetQ uses its own logging abstraction. I'm currently having talks
with MarkL about whether this is really the way we (jboss projects)
should go. Apart from the obvious redundancy in every ASL project, I
doubt that they also take care of ANDIAMO-2 in their abstraction layer.
Ideally we would get an ASL licensed version of jboss-logging.
It should still be possible to write meaningful repository tests in your
git clone. We can push to the alliance git repo when this is resolved.
In your tests you can use any logging framework - in case you even need
On 02/28/2012 03:01 PM, David Bosschaert wrote:
I just set up the infrastructure for the CT.
Before I can start writing any meaningful tests at least JBOSGI-525
and the jboss-logging licensing issue need to be sorted, so please
keep me informed about the status of these.
On 23/02/2012 08:07, Thomas Diesler wrote:
> Hi David,
> > Is there an easy to consume implementation that I can find somewhere
> you can use the one that is integrated in AS or jbosgi. The source is
> referenced from the POM
> > is there a way to prime it with data
> not yet. - JBOSGI-525 <https://issues.jboss.org/browse/JBOSGI-525>
> On 02/22/2012 05:39 PM, David Bosschaert wrote:
>> Hi Thomas,
>> I'd like to get started on the Repository CT soon. Is there an easy
>> to consume implementation that I can find somewhere?
>> Also, is there a way to prime it with data? The CT will expect
>> certain information to be known by the repo and will then use its
>> API to query it...
>> If there's anything else that you think I should know wrt to how to
>> use the implementation I would appreciate it :)
> Thomas Diesler
> JBoss OSGi Lead
> JBoss, a division of Red Hat
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