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Tethys.Logging has move to github:
Tethys.Logging is itself a very simple logging framework and adds some
enhancements to existing logging frameworks (Common.Logging, NLog, log4net).
Most of the enhancements target the simple display of log message. Yes, you
could write all log message to a file and then display them. But for
applications with a graphical user interface it's often more easy to show log
messages in a (separate) window. With proper configuration such message can be
use as well for the user (trace, audit trail) as for the developer.
Each one of us has his own ideas on logging, so we can assume that there will
never be a logger that fulfills all needs and fits for everyone. Here is a
short selection guide for my favorite loggers:
Tethys.Logging is based on the following ideas:
This results at the moment in the following libraries:
Tethys.Logging supports the following .Net frameworks and operating systems:
I'm pretty sure that we could still support .NET Client Framework 2, but there is no longer any explicit build support for that framework.
Documentation is a little bit thin at the moment, but there are a couple of example/test applications for the following scenarios:
Tethys.Logging can be used standalone, but for larger application it's recommended to use another (more powerful) logging framework and use only Tethys.Logging appenders to display the log output.
Logging frameworks supported by Tethys.Logging are
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