While Log4PHP is always speaking of LoggerManager::getLogger, Log4J
There is actually a LogManager class available in Log4J, but I couldn't
find any reference from the documentation to it. I guess it's the
preferred way of Log4J to use Logger.getLogger().
In Log4php you can currently use Logger class to retrieve a logger. Is
redirecting this request to the loggerManager, which returns the
LoggerHierarchy which returns the actual logger.
You can also use the LoggerManager directly to retrieve a Logger.
This is confusing. What should one use? Why two ways? I hardly see a
benefit in having the LoggerManager class. Its just defining the
classloader and references to the LoggerHierarchy.
As discussed on the mailinglist, LoggerManager should be removed and Logger class
should be used instead.