I'll try to commit your changes soon and make a new release.
I'm forwarding your mail to the correct mailing list ;-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Yuri Mamrukov" <[hidden email]>
To: <[hidden email]>
Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2005 7:02 PM
Subject: [Nlog-commits] suggestions to nlog startup
> While converting from log4net I come across few problems:
> - static InternalLogger constructor throws handled exceptions which slows
> down debugging if I have 'Break into the Debugger' option set (Debug |
> Exceptions... menu)
> - In order to set nlog.internalLogFile value I must set
> nlog.internallogToConsole due to code like this:
> - Platform specific extension libraries (e.g. NLog.DotNet, NLog.Wun32) are
> loaded always even I don't use them and if I will not provide them the
> handled exceptions are generated. In any case it slows down start up and
> In the attached files static constructors changed:
> InternalLogger - allows specify any set of nlog.internalXXX options,
> inroduces new nlog.internalLoadExtensuos (NLOG_INTERNAL_LOAD_EXTENTIONS)
> oprion with default value true.
> ExtensionUtils - allows to skip loading of platform specific extensions
> if InternalLogger.LoadExtensions property value is false.
> - Yuri