Castle Windsor – implementing a simple logging framework

As your Silverlight projects grow complex you’ll soon start to feel the need to have a solid logging system. In my WPF and Windows Forms project I’m now used to have Castle Windsor + Log4Net as my logging system and I really miss it in my Silverlight applications.

We don’t have a porting of Log4Net in Silverlight yet, but we do have Castle Windsor now. Given the fact I’ll use it in my production environment I decided to roll my version of a simple logging framework that mimic some of the features that Log4Net have and it’s based on Castle Windsor logging capabilities (at first…then if I’ll have the need to switch my IoC/DI framework I can abstract the whole logging system and write the integration facilities).

from Giorgetti Alessandro                     more here

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