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  •  04 Nov 2004 12:43
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    Release Notes: This version is identical to version 1.2.8, except that several key methods have been deprecated in preparation for version 1.3.0, the next major release of log4j. These changes are intended to enforce the rule that client code should never refer to the Category class directly, but use the Logger class instead. Similarly, client code should not refer to the Priority class but to the Level class instead.

    •  19 Feb 2003 19:19
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      Release Notes: This is a purely maintenance release which fixes a parsing problem of log4j configuration files written in XML observed with certain versions of Xerces.

      •  09 Oct 2002 22:03
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        Release Notes: This release searches for the file log4j.xml as well as the file log4j.properties during initialization.

        •  01 Aug 2002 17:42
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          Release Notes: This is a minor maintenance release. The most significant change is the addition of the "log4j.ignoreTCL" system property.

          •  05 Jul 2002 16:47
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            •  13 Jun 2002 10:15
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              Release Notes: This release fixes several relatively minor bugs. The integration of LogFactor5 with log4j continues.

              •  24 May 2002 08:10
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                Release Notes: When loading component classes, log4j will now first attempt to use the Thread Context Loader and if that fails, it will use Class.forName. In versions 1.2 and 1.2.1, only Class.forName was used and the TCL was ignored.

                •  17 May 2002 12:45
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                  Release Notes: This minor release fixes bug #9155. With the exception of this bugfix and some documentation improvements, it is identical to log4j 1.2 final. See the docs/HISTORY file for the exact details.

                  •  09 May 2002 23:15
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                    Release Notes: In addition to performance improvements, bugfixes, and other enhancements, this release adds JMX support, Mapped Diagnostic Contexts, JDBC logging, a graphical log viewer, and buffered IO capability. One important change is the replacement of the Category class with the Logger class and the Priority class with the Level class in order to facilitate migrating from the JDK 1.4 logging API to log4j. For most practical purposes, this version can be considered a drop in replacement for 1.1.3.

                    •  16 Apr 2002 21:02
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                      Release Notes: In addition to many performance improvements, bugfixes, and other small enhancements, this release adds JMX support, mapped diagnostic contexts, JDBC logging, a graphical log viewer (chainsaw), and buffered IO capability. One important change is the replacement of the Category class with a Logger class, and the Priority class with the Level class, in order to facilitate migrating from the JDK 1.4 logging API to log4j. All changes except the removal of deprecated methods are backward compatible such that log4j 1.2 can be considered a drop in replacement for log4j 1.1.3.

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