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libcommons-logging-java 1.2-2
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Logging
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Getting started:

1) Build the jar file

  If you have the source distribution you will need to build the jar file
  using Maven 2/3.  For instructions on downloading and installing Maven see
  http://maven.apache.org/.

  To build execute the command 'mvn package verify'.
  The jar file will be built in the target directory.
  
  Note: the unit tests are executed during the verify phase and require that
  the respective jar files have been created successfully.

2) Generate the documentation

  Run the 'mvn verify site' command.  The documentation will be written
  to the target/site directory.  The documentation has some examples of
  how to use this package as well as a troubleshooting guide.

3) Create source and binary distributions

  Run the 'mvn verify site assembly:assembly' command.  The source and binary
  distributions are created in the 'target' directory.

4) Use

  Simply include the jar file built in step #1 in your classpath.  Import the
  classes that you want to use and you are ready to go!