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log4net vs EntLib vs Roll my own

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Has anyone made any kind of comparison between these methods of logging
and tracing?
May 17 '06 #1
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roll your own is a lot of work and testing. period.
the others provide configuration driven logging that performs well underload
and have recieved more testing that what you would normally do if you rolled
your own. The logging api doesn't come with a significant learning curve
either so it's a suitable option.

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Has anyone made any kind of comparison between these methods of logging
and tracing?

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