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package org.slf4j.helpers;
SubstituteLoggerFactory is an trivial implementation of org.slf4j.ILoggerFactory which always returns the unique instance of NOPLogger.

It used as a temporary substitute for the real ILoggerFactory during its auto-configuration which may re-enter LoggerFactory to obtain logger instances. See also

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public class SubstituteLoggerFactory implements ILoggerFactory {
  // keep a record of requested logger names
  final List loggerNameList = new ArrayList();
  public Logger getLogger(String name) {
    synchronized () {
    return .;
  public List getLoggerNameList() {
    List copy = new ArrayList();
    synchronized () {
    return copy;
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