Affects Version/s: None
Fix Version/s: 1.1.0
Operating System: All
There are several issues with the wrapper classes.
1) Logging null objects or not
If the message object is null, the logger logs the String "NULL" to the
underlying log system. Currently some wrappers just return and some log the
-> The patch unifies that. All wrappers will log the String "NULL".
2) Exception safe toString
Currently all wrappers would fail if an toString method throws a
-> The patch logs an error message instead and an additional log record with
the exception in a central, private doLog method.
3) isLoggable check
Currently some wrappers check the log level in each log method and some wrappers
check the level in one central method, which applies the log message and
throwable to the underlying log system.
-> The patch unifies that. All wrappers will use a doLog method and check the
level there. One exception: AvalonLogger which has no Level/Priority object.
Every wrapper has its own javadoc for the log methods, sometime with reference
to the Log interface, sometimes with the underlying log level, ...
-> The patch unifies that. All wrapper log methods are commented in the same way.
4) Additional class
There is one additional class for the error message, to have a single point of
Please check the patch for correct format.