tinylog - tinylog is a lightweight logging framework for Java and Android.

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tinylog is a lightweight open-source logging framework for Java and Android, optimized for ease of use. The logger of tinylog is static, so it isn't necessary to create an instance of the logger before logging. By default all log entries of the level info or higher are written to the console.

tinylog is very small, so it's simple to optimize the logging performance e.g. by precompiled patterns. tinylog is thread-safe. So the logger can be used in multi-threaded programs without the need of locking. All log entries are always created and written as a whole. Running on machines with multiple cores, tinylog benefits from the additional cores.

http://www.tinylog.org/
https://github.com/pmwmedia/tinylog

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