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Posted 23 May 2013So it seems like I don't even know what Node.js is used for!
Can someone shine some light onto how to use Node.js in tandem with HTML/CSS?
Posted 23 May 2013
I'm working with a group and we would find it helpful if we had the ability to just output a certain type of error and then switch around depending on the situation we're in.
Posted 22 May 2013Native logging is just Eclipse's built in logging functions
In light of that though, is there a very straightforward tutorial for intsalling/using log4j? I'm rather new to logging with java.
Thanks so much!
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Posted 22 May 2013It does clear things up, or at least it starts to clear them up. First thing: don't go screwing around with your Eclipse config in that case - that's about making Eclipse run right, it has nothing to do with how your program runs.
Now, to make your code work right, we need to know what logging framework you're using. There are several popular ones.
Awesome that sounds good.
I'm just aiming to use eclipse's native logging.
I have osgi running and thats about it I think.
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