Source Code for Apache Log4j Core Implementation

Apache Log4j Core Implementation provides the functional components of the logging system. Users are free to create their own plugins and include them in the logging configuration. Apache Log4j Core is a required module to use Apache Log4j.

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org/apache/logging/log4j/core/LifeCycle.java

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package org.apache.logging.log4j.core;

/**
 * All proper Java frameworks implement some sort of object life cycle. In Log4j, the main interface for handling
 * the life cycle context of an object is this one. An object first starts in the {@link State#INITIALIZED} state
 * by default to indicate the class has been loaded. From here, calling the {@link #start()} method will change this
 * state to {@link State#STARTING}. After successfully being started, this state is changed to {@link State#STARTED}.
 * When the {@link #stop()} is called, this goes into the {@link State#STOPPING} state. After successfully being
 * stopped, this goes into the {@link State#STOPPED} state. In most circumstances, implementation classes should
 * store their {@link State} in a {@code volatile} field or inside an
 * {@link java.util.concurrent.atomic.AtomicReference} dependent on synchronization and concurrency requirements.
 *
 * @see AbstractLifeCycle
 */
public interface LifeCycle {

    /**
     * Status of a life cycle like a {@link LoggerContext}.
     */
    enum State {
        /** Object is in its initial state and not yet initialized. */
        INITIALIZING,
        /** Initialized but not yet started. */
        INITIALIZED,
        /** In the process of starting. */
        STARTING,
        /** Has started. */
        STARTED,
        /** Stopping is in progress. */
        STOPPING,
        /** Has stopped. */
        STOPPED
    }

    /**
     * Gets the life-cycle state.
     *
     * @return the life-cycle state
     */
    State getState();

    void initialize();

    void start();

    void stop();

    boolean isStarted();

    boolean isStopped();

}

org/apache/logging/log4j/core/LifeCycle.java

 

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