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Tag Archives: log4net

Using log4net without requiring it as a dependency

Logging, to me, is a basic requirement of any code I write. There's nothing more useful to track down an odd bug than being able to turn on debug logging in production, potentially filter it down to the area of … Continue reading

August 15, 2011 .net , ,

Log4Net filtering by logger

Since i keep overwriting my App.Config with revision control configs and promptly forgetting how to set up filters, I figured i might was well write a brief article on filters here, so i have a place to look it up … Continue reading

June 7, 2009 geek , ,

Log4Net ScrollingTextBox

I use log4net for most of my apps. I did similar things in all the languages i’ve worked with. I just like having a way to verbosely spew information into the ether so that i could use for analysing code … Continue reading

June 1, 2005 .net

log4net filepaths and how to get at Appenders at runtime

Just a note of something simple and silly enough that I shouldn’t forget it again: Filepaths in log4net configurations still have to escape the DOS separator backslash. I know it should be obvious, you use \ in a text file, … Continue reading

March 5, 2005 .net