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Blog Archive for zarar during November 2005

So I found myself wanting to know if I could print the enclosing method of the current line of code being executed. A quick look at the reflection API didn't yield much. A little reflective thinking later, I came to the conclusion that it's impossible for the reflection API to tell me this since it explores binary files at the class level. Thats when it struck me that Log4J does exactly what...
Although I've been a core developer for a significant part of my career, I do often come in contact with the business-types who drone on about requirements while the eager-to-please IT shop keeps saying yes to even the most unfathomable requests. After all the yes's have been nodded and all the necessary hands shaken, the Project Manager brings a steep pile of 8.5 x 11's to the developers along...