A JRuby adaption and gem packaging of the Simple Logging Facade for Java. Provides all jar dependencies and a Ruby Logger compatible facade.
SLF4J is a java logging abstraction and set of adapters to various concrete logging implementations and legacy logging APIs. The slf4j gem adds a ruby core Logger compatible facade to SLF4J, and makes any needed adapters available to JRuby applications. This makes it possible to unify and control logging output of both java and ruby components in a JRuby application.
The complete set of SLF4J jars with ruby ‘require’ based selection of input and output adapters.
A Ruby core Logger compatible SLF4J::Logger, allowing ruby code to log through SLF4J.
require 'rjack-slf4j' require 'rjack-slf4j/simple' log = RJack::SLF4J[ "my.app.logger" ] log.info "Hello World!"
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The SLF4J ruby wrapper and gem packaging is released under the same license terms as the SLF4J java binaries, see below. Note that these license terms are identical to the MIT License and deemed compatible with GPL and the Apache Software License.
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