<gastaldi> what if WFS used error codes for their specific exceptions, just like WF does?
<bobmcw> gastaldi: we should
<bobmcw> and l10n also with response files or whatnot
<kenfinnigan> ugh, but agree
<gastaldi> perhaps jamezp can help us setting that up?
<bobmcw> bonus points if it then provides a link/URL to stackoverflow with the exception message in it
<gastaldi> bobmcw, that would be fantastic
<bobmcw> I truly sorta hate the WF WhateverExceptionLogger.class
* jamezp reads back
<bobmcw> "where is this exception thrown?"
* bobmcw greps WF21023
* bobmcw greps 21023 -> FantasticLogger
<bobmcw> cmd-shift-F7 on the method
* bobmcw finally finds where shit is thrown
* bobmcw causes WildFly to throw exceptions routinely
<bobmcw> dmlloyd: operation is null
<bobmcw> worst. exception. ever.
<bobmcw> maybe it's "operation step is null at address "
<bobmcw> nothing happened! at nowhere! good luck!
<jamezp> gastaldi: Are you just looking for localized messages?
<bobmcw> WFS402: You Screwed Up
<kenfinnigan> and messages in general, as we don't have any
<gastaldi> jamezp, as bobmcw said :)
<jamezp> Ah so a reference to the messages then?
<gastaldi> localized exception messages, yes
<bobmcw> as opposed to our current style of new RuntimeException("Dude, that sucks")
<gastaldi> with a code that can be googled
<gastaldi> bobmcw, lol, exactly
* bobmcw has been enjoying RuntimeException a lot on WFS
<jamezp> The logging tooling can handle that, but you have to use the WhateverExceptionLogger.class interface sort of stuff :)
<bobmcw> g'night kids
* bobmcw has quit (Remote host closed the connection)
<gastaldi> rage quit
<jamezp> I think Bela wrote his own thing for JGroups.
<gastaldi> interesting, what's the problem with the existing logging APIs ?
<jamezp> For Bela he just didn't want to add another dependency.
<gastaldi> makes sense
<jamezp> I honestly don't know if other people have issues with it or not.
<jamezp> We use it WildFly, WildFly Core, Undertow, Hibernate, Infinispan, etc.
* gastaldi should have used it in Forge too :P
<jamezp> It hasn't been in a release yet, but I did add an option to generate either an asciidoc or XML report for the messages too. here's an example https: