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From "Matthew Kanwisher" <M...@kanwisher.com>
Subject Re: Stability of SVN Head
Date Wed, 19 Apr 2006 17:06:13 GMT
I wouldn't use the tarballs of 0.9.7 on the website I found memory leaks and
its really not uptodate compared to log4j. Were using 0.9.8 svn head in
production and seems to be a really stable product.

On 4/19/06, B Moody <brianmmoody@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>
> brianmmoody...@hotmail.com
>
> So if I'm looking to use log4cxx in a production system TODAY, what should
> I
> use - 0.9.7 or the latest 0.9.8 code?  It seems like neither one is
> useable
> in a production environment.  I built the latest from the SVN and it seems
> to work fine, but how can I use a non-release version of a 3rd party
> library
> in our production environment?  The 0.9.7 release appears to be completely
> unsupported.  Any clarification on this would help.  Thanks.
>
> Brian
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