New update to LogBox is out today in preparation for a final 1.0 release. You can download it from the main download page. This update includes the following:
Ability to get a logger using a class object instead of a category name:
<cfset logger = logBox.getLogger(this)>
LogBox will then inspect the object and get its fully qualified name from it. This is great instead of passing th...
LogBox Beta 3 Released
Luis Majano | July 19, 2009
A brand new update to LogBox is now online and on SVN. This update includes mostly fixes and more fixes.
LogBox Beta 2 Released
Luis Majano | July 16, 2009
Another happy LogBox day. Today we are releasing a quick beta update to LogBox. This update includes a fix thanks to Mark Mandel and one of my favorite features: Category Inheritance. First of all, LogBox is an Enterprise Logging Library that is part of the up and coming ColdBox 3.0.0 Platform Suite. It is completely standalone from ColdBox MVC and can be used in any project you like. The full documentation can be found here:
LogBox Appenders - Submit your own appenders
Luis Majano | July 13, 2009
As you have probably read a few days ago we released LogBox: An enterprise ColdFusion Logging Library, part of the new ColdBox 3.0.0 Platform Suite. The library's core of logging takes place thanks to its appenders that send messages to different destinations. As of now, the distribution has 11 appenders included, but if you want to build your own, you can very very easily. Not only that, since we are in Beta, you can submit your appenders and we will include them in the distribution if t...
LogBox: Enterprise ColdFusion Logging Library Released
Luis Majano | July 10, 2009
After much work and restructuring the ColdBox logging capabilities into a standalone library, we have arrived to the birth of LogBox. The ColdBox logging capabilities exist since version pre 1.0 way back in 2005 and now finally are open for usage with or without ColdBox MVC. LogBox is part of an entire set of suites of services that the ColdBox 3.0.0 Platform is being built on, which includes: