How do I configure Gradle's logging?

(Ryan Shillington) #1

After discovering GRADLE-669, I now understand that Jetty’s logging is just passing through to Gradle’s logging.

How do I configure Gradle’s logging? For example, how do I format the output so that I get info level (and higher) logging in the “%time% %class% - %message%” format? I know it comes out that way if I add --debug, but I’d like that for info level. Also, is there any way to configure logging for certain classes? I only want warning / error level for certain 3rd party classes while I get info level for my classes. Is any of this possible? I basically want to do simple things like I might with java.util.logging or Log4j.

I took a cursory glance through the Gradle 1.1 logging code, but I couldn’t spot it.

Thanks in advance,


P.S. I love Gradle. Thank you so much for creating this thing.

(Peter Niederwieser) #2

Gradle’s logging can’t currently be configured in any of the ways you mentioned. I agree that it would be useful.

(Ryan Shillington) #3

How do other people configure Jetty’s logging? Maybe people aren’t using the jetty plugin, but running it manually?

(Peter Niederwieser) #4

I’d assume many people are using their IDE’s Jetty integration.