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Apache Sling OSGi LogService Implementation
Welcome to Sling - OSGi LogService Implementation
The "logservice" project implements the OSGi LogService imple,entation ontop
of the SLF4J logging API. This bundle should be installed as one of the first
modules in the OSGi framework along with the SLF4J API and implementation and
- provided the framework supports start levels - be set to start at start
level 1. This ensures the Logging bundle is loaded as early as possible thus
providing services to the framework and preparing logging.
See the Apache Sling web site ( for
documentation and other information. You are welcome to join the
Sling mailing lists (
to discuss this component and to use the Sling issue tracker
( to report issues or request
new features.
Apache Sling is a project of the Apache Software Foundation
License (see also LICENSE)
Collective work: Copyright 2007 The Apache Software Foundation.
Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
contributor license agreements. See the NOTICE file distributed with
this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
(the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
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Getting Started
This component uses a Maven 2 ( build
environment. It requires a Java 5 JDK (or higher) and Maven (
2.0.7 or later. We recommend to use the latest Maven version.
If you have Maven 2 installed, you can compile and
package the jar using the following command:
mvn package
See the Maven 2 documentation for other build features.
The latest source code for this component is available in the
Subversion ( source repository of
the Apache Software Foundation. If you have Subversion installed,
you can checkout the latest source using the following command:
svn checkout
See the Subversion documentation for other source control features.