jeudi 11 juin 2009

New ATL stack traces

Here is a good new for those who ever suffered reading ATL VM's stack traces: ATL3.0.0 provides console hyperlinks which allow to follow errors just by clicking, as you can see below.

4 commentaires:

  1. This is nice. It has always been a pain to find the location of errors in ATL-scripts.

  2. Great work on the lastest ATL 3.0 version (about 10 to 20 times faster!). We're launching ATL transformations in OSGI mode, is there a way to deactivate the console ui logging, or a way to redirect the logging stream (using java code)?

  3. Hi Jean,

    Here is the place where the ATLLogger output is "catched": org.eclipse.m2m.atl.core.ui.ATLCoreUIPlugin.startConsole() in the org.eclipse.m2m.atl.core.ui plugin.

    You can use the same way to redirect the logging stream (ATLLogger.getLogger().addHandler();).

  4. Thank you William, I hooked it back into our logging system and its working great.