[GRADLE-669] Specify which logging libraries (app or gradle) to use with jetty tasks Created: 30/Sep/09 Updated: 30/Dec/16 Resolved: 30/Dec/16
Mailing list discussion: http://www.nabble.com/Jetty-Logging-td25663786.html
Jetty is using Gradle's logging libraries instead of 1) It's own or 2) libraries in the application. There should be a way to isolate the logging libraries Gradle is using and allow Jetty to it's own or one defined in the application.
|Comment by Ryan Shillington [ 05/Nov/12 ]
I've spent hours trying to figure out how to configure jetty logging with gradle & SLF4J, only to find this. Ugh! I really want to configure jetty logging separately. Now I know it can't be done.
|Comment by Benjamin Muschko [ 15/Nov/16 ]
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|Comment by Jochen Kemnade [ 16/Nov/16 ]
Since the jetty plugin is deprecated, I guess this is a WONTFIX.
|Comment by Benjamin Muschko [ 30/Dec/16 ]
The Jetty plugin will be removed with Gradle 4.0 which means we won't work on a fix. Marking this issue "won't fix".