# How do I silence or turn down log messages?

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## How do I silence or turn down log messages?

 I'm using the Maven groovy eclipse plugin to cross-compile a mixed Java/Groovy project.  I installed the plugin according to the documentation and it's working as advertised (thanks!): build runs, tests pass, etc. The problem is I am compiling a rather large project (almost 4000 classes), and I get a ridiculous amount of logging output: one line for each class, plus a bunch of extra lines when it gets in to the groovy source files.Is there a way to configure this?  I really don't want 5k - 10k lines of output clogging up my build logs.I'm fairly certain the logging is coming from the groovy-eclipse-compiler. When I disable it, I get no logging, but of course my build doesn't work :)Any ideas?Thanks,Ethan
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## Re: How do I silence or turn down log messages?

 Can you give me a sample of what you are seeing? On Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 11:10 AM, paradoxbomb <[hidden email]> wrote: > I'm using the Maven groovy eclipse plugin to cross-compile a mixed > Java/Groovy project.  I installed the plugin according to the documentation > and it's working as advertised (thanks!): build runs, tests pass, etc. The > problem is I am compiling a rather large project (almost 4000 classes), and > I get a ridiculous amount of logging output: one line for each class, plus a > bunch of extra lines when it gets in to the groovy source files. > > Is there a way to configure this?  I really don't want 5k - 10k lines of > output clogging up my build logs. > > I'm fairly certain the logging is coming from the groovy-eclipse-compiler. > When I disable it, I get no logging, but of course my build doesn't work :) > > Any ideas? > > Thanks, > Ethan --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe from this list, please visit:     http://xircles.codehaus.org/manage_email