Other logging projects you may be interested in:
- Blacklite, an SQLite appender with memory-mapping and zstandard dictionary compression that clocks around 800K statements per second.
- Blindsight, a Scala logging API that extends SLF4J.
- Echopraxia, a Java and Scala logging API built around structured logging.
Documentation is available at https://tersesystems.github.io/terse-logback.
There is a showcase project at https://github.com/tersesystems/terse-logback-showcase.
- Audio: Play audio when you log by attaching markers to your logging statements.
- Budgeting / Rate Limiting: Limit the amount of debugging or tracing statements in a time period.
- Censors: Censor sensitive information in logging statements.
- Composite: Presents a single appender that composes several appenders.
- Compression: Write to a compressed zstandard file.
- Correlation Id: Adds markers and filters for correlation id.
- Exception Mapping: Show the important details of an exception, including the root cause in a summary format.
- Instrumentation: Decorates any (including JVM) class with enter and exit logging statements at runtime.
- JDBC: Use Postgres JSON to write structured logging to a single table.
- JUL to SLF4J Bridge: Configure java.util.logging to write to SLF4J with no manual coding.
- Relative Nanos: Composes a logging event to contain relative nanoseconds based off
- Select Appender: Appender that selects an appender from a list based on key.
- Tracing: Sends logging events and traces to Honeycomb Event API.
- Typesafe Config: Configure Logback properties using HOCON.
- Turbo Markers: Turbo Filters that depend on arbitrary deciders that can log at debug level for sessions.
- Unique ID Appender: Composes logging event to contain a unique id across multiple appenders.