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+ <assembly>
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+ <name>Castle.Core</name>
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+ </assembly>
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+ <members>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.CastleComponentAttribute">
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+ <summary>
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+ This attribute is usefull only when you want to register all components
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+ on an assembly as a batch process.
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+ By doing so, the batch register will look
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+ for this attribute to distinguish components from other classes.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.LifestyleAttribute">
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+ <summary>
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+ Base for Attributes that want to express lifestyle
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+ chosen by the component.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.LifestyleAttribute.#ctor(Castle.Core.LifestyleType)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.LifestyleAttribute"/> class.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="type">The type.</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.LifestyleAttribute.Lifestyle">
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+ <summary>
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+ Gets or sets the lifestyle.
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+ </summary>
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+ <value>The lifestyle.</value>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.CastleComponentAttribute.#ctor(System.String)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.CastleComponentAttribute"/> class.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="key">The key.</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.CastleComponentAttribute.#ctor(System.String,System.Type)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.CastleComponentAttribute"/> class.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="key">The key.</param>
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+ <param name="service">The service.</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.CastleComponentAttribute.#ctor(System.String,System.Type,Castle.Core.LifestyleType)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.CastleComponentAttribute"/> class.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="key">The key.</param>
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+ <param name="service">The service.</param>
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+ <param name="lifestyle">The lifestyle.</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.CastleComponentAttribute.Service">
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+ <summary>
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+ Gets the service.
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+ </summary>
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+ <value>The service.</value>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.CastleComponentAttribute.Key">
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+ <summary>
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+ Gets the key.
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+ </summary>
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+ <value>The key.</value>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.ComponentActivatorAttribute">
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+ <summary>
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+ Associates a custom component with a component
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.ComponentActivatorAttribute.#ctor(System.Type)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.ComponentActivatorAttribute"/> class.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="componentActivatorType">Type of the component activator.</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentActivatorAttribute.ComponentActivatorType">
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+ <summary>
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+ Gets the type of the component activator.
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+ </summary>
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+ <value>The type of the component activator.</value>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.ComponentProxyBehaviorAttribute">
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+ <summary>
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+ Specifies the proxying behavior for a component.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.ComponentProxyBehaviorAttribute.#ctor">
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+ <summary>
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+ Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.ComponentProxyBehaviorAttribute"/> class.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentProxyBehaviorAttribute.UseMarshalByRefProxy">
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+ <summary>
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+ Gets or sets a value indicating whether the generated
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+ interface proxy should inherit from <see cref="T:System.MarshalByRefObject"/>.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentProxyBehaviorAttribute.UseSingleInterfaceProxy">
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+ <summary>
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+ Determines if the component requires a single interface proxy.
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+ </summary>
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+ <value><c>true</c> if the component requires a single interface proxy.</value>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentProxyBehaviorAttribute.AdditionalInterfaces">
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+ <summary>
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+ Gets or sets the additional interfaces used during proxy generation.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.DoNotWireAttribute">
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+ <summary>
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+ Marks as property to be skipped and not be wired
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+ by the IoC container
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.InterceptorAttribute">
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+ <summary>
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+ Used to declare that a component wants interceptors acting on it.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.InterceptorAttribute.#ctor(System.String)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Constructs the InterceptorAttribute pointing to
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+ a key to a interceptor
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="componentKey"></param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.InterceptorAttribute.#ctor(System.Type)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Constructs the InterceptorAttribute pointing to
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+ a service
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="interceptorType"></param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.SingletonAttribute">
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+ <summary>
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+ Indicates that the target components wants a
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+ singleton lifestyle.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.SingletonAttribute.#ctor">
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+ <summary>
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+ Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.SingletonAttribute"/> class.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.TransientAttribute">
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+ <summary>
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+ Indicates that the target components wants a
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+ transient lifestyle.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.TransientAttribute.#ctor">
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+ <summary>
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+ Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.TransientAttribute"/> class.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.PerThreadAttribute">
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+ <summary>
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+ Indicates that the target components wants a
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+ per thread lifestyle.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.PerThreadAttribute.#ctor">
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+ <summary>
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+ Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.PerThreadAttribute"/> class.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.PerWebRequestAttribute">
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+ <summary>
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+ Indicates that the target components wants a
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+ per web request lifestyle.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.PooledAttribute">
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+ <summary>
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+ Indicates that the target components wants a
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+ pooled lifestyle.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.PooledAttribute.#ctor">
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+ <summary>
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+ Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.PooledAttribute"/> class
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+ using the default initial pool size (5) and the max pool size (15).
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.PooledAttribute.#ctor(System.Int32,System.Int32)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.PooledAttribute"/> class.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="initialPoolSize">Initial size of the pool.</param>
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+ <param name="maxPoolSize">Max pool size.</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.PooledAttribute.InitialPoolSize">
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+ <summary>
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+ Gets the initial size of the pool.
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+ </summary>
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+ <value>The initial size of the pool.</value>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.PooledAttribute.MaxPoolSize">
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+ <summary>
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+ Gets the maximum pool size.
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+ </summary>
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+ <value>The size of the max pool.</value>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.CustomLifestyleAttribute">
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+ <summary>
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+ Indicates that the target components wants a
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+ custom lifestyle.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.CustomLifestyleAttribute.#ctor(System.Type)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.CustomLifestyleAttribute"/> class.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="lifestyleHandlerType">The lifestyle handler.</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.CustomLifestyleAttribute.LifestyleHandlerType">
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+ <summary>
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+ Gets the type of the lifestyle handler.
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+ </summary>
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+ <value>The type of the lifestyle handler.</value>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInterceptor">
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+ <summary>
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+ New interface that is going to be used by DynamicProxy 2
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation">
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+ <summary>
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+ New interface that is going to be used by DynamicProxy 2
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation.GetConcreteMethod">
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+ <summary>
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+ Returns the concrete instantiation of <see cref="P:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation.Method"/>, with any generic parameters bound to real types.
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+ </summary>
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+ <returns>The concrete instantiation of <see cref="P:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation.Method"/>, or <see cref="P:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation.Method"/> if not a generic method.</returns>
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+ <remarks>Can be slower than calling <see cref="P:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation.Method"/>.</remarks>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation.GetConcreteMethodInvocationTarget">
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+ <summary>
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+ Returns the concrete instantiation of <see cref="P:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation.MethodInvocationTarget"/>, with any generic parameters bound to real types.
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+ </summary>
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+ <returns>The concrete instantiation of <see cref="P:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation.MethodInvocationTarget"/>, or <see cref="P:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation.MethodInvocationTarget"/> if not a generic method.</returns>
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+ <remarks>Can be slower than calling <see cref="P:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation.MethodInvocationTarget"/>.</remarks>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation.Proceed">
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+ <summary>
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+
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+ </summary>
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+ <returns></returns>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation.GenericArguments">
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+ <summary>
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+ The generic arguments of the method, or null if not a generic method.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation.Method">
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+ <summary>
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+
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IInvocation.MethodInvocationTarget">
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+ <summary>
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+ For interface proxies, this will point to the
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+ <see cref="T:System.Reflection.MethodInfo"/> on the target class
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IOnBehalfAware">
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+ <summary>
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+ Interceptors might implement this to receive the
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+ ComponentModel on behalf of the component where the
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+ interceptor is acting.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IProxyTargetAccessor.DynProxyGetTarget">
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+ <summary>
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+ Get the proxy target (note that null is a valid target!)
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+ </summary>
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+ <returns></returns>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Interceptor.IProxyTargetAccessor.GetInterceptors">
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+ <summary>
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+ Gets the interceptors for the proxy
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+ </summary>
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+ <returns></returns>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.IVertex">
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+ <summary>
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+ Abstract representation of a vertex.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.GraphNode.Dependers">
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+ <summary>
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+ The nodes that dependes on this node
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.GraphNode.Dependents">
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+ <summary>
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+ The nodes that this node depends
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.Internal.VertexColor.White">
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+ <summary>
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+ The node has not been visited yet
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.Internal.VertexColor.Gray">
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+ <summary>
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+ This node is in the process of being visited
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.Internal.VertexColor.Black">
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+ <summary>
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+ This now was visited
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Internal.ColorsSet">
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+ <summary>
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+ Represents a collection of objects
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+ which are guaranted to be unique
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+ and holds a color for them
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Internal.TimestampSet">
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+ <summary>
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+ Holds a timestamp (integer)
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+ for a given item
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Internal.LinkedList.GetNode(System.Int32)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Returns the node at the specified index.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="index">The lookup index.</param>
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+ <returns>The node at the specified index.</returns>
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+ <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException">
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+ If the specified <paramref name="index"/> is greater than the
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+ number of objects within the list.
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+ </exception>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Internal.LinkedList.ValidateIndex(System.Int32)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Validates the specified index.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="index">The lookup index.</param>
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+ <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException">
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+ If the index is invalid.
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+ </exception>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.IInitializable">
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+ <summary>
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+ Lifecycle interface. If implemented by a component,
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+ the method Initialized will be invoked by the container
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+ before making the component available to the external world.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.IInitializable.Initialize">
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+ <summary>
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+ Implementors should perform any initialization logic.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.IRecyclable">
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+ <summary>
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+ Only called for components that
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+ belongs to a pool when the component
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+ comes back to the pool.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.IRecyclable.Recycle">
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+ <summary>
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+ Implementors should perform any
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+ initialization/clean up.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.IStartable">
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+ <summary>
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+ Interface for components that wish to be started by the container
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.IStartable.Start">
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+ <summary>
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+ Starts this instance.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.IStartable.Stop">
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+ <summary>
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+ Stops this instance.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.IExtendedLoggerFactory">
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+ <summary>
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+ Provides a factory that can produce either <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger"/> or
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+ <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Logging.IExtendedLogger"/> classes.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.ILoggerFactory">
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+ <summary>
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+ Manages the instantiation of <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger"/>s.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILoggerFactory.Create(System.Type)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new logger, getting the logger name from the specified type.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILoggerFactory.Create(System.String)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new logger.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILoggerFactory.Create(System.Type,Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new logger, getting the logger name from the specified type.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILoggerFactory.Create(System.String,Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new logger.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.IExtendedLoggerFactory.Create(System.Type)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new extended logger, getting the logger name from the specified type.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.IExtendedLoggerFactory.Create(System.String)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new extended logger.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.IExtendedLoggerFactory.Create(System.Type,Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new extended logger, getting the logger name from the specified type.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.IExtendedLoggerFactory.Create(System.String,Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new extended logger.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.Factories.AbstractExtendedLoggerFactory.Create(System.Type)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new extended logger, getting the logger name from the specified type.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.Factories.AbstractExtendedLoggerFactory.Create(System.String)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new extended logger.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.Factories.AbstractExtendedLoggerFactory.Create(System.Type,Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new extended logger, getting the logger name from the specified type.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.Factories.AbstractExtendedLoggerFactory.Create(System.String,Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new extended logger.
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.Factories.AbstractExtendedLoggerFactory.Castle#Core#Logging#ILoggerFactory#Create(System.Type)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new logger, getting the logger name from the specified type.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.Factories.AbstractExtendedLoggerFactory.Castle#Core#Logging#ILoggerFactory#Create(System.String)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new logger.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.Factories.AbstractExtendedLoggerFactory.Castle#Core#Logging#ILoggerFactory#Create(System.Type,Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new logger, getting the logger name from the specified type.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.Factories.AbstractExtendedLoggerFactory.Castle#Core#Logging#ILoggerFactory#Create(System.String,Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates a new logger.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.Factories.AbstractExtendedLoggerFactory.GetConfigFile(System.String)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Gets the configuration file.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="fileName">i.e. log4net.config</param>
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+ <returns></returns>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.AbstractLoggerFactory.GetConfigFile(System.String)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Gets the configuration file.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="fileName">i.e. log4net.config</param>
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+ <returns></returns>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.ConsoleFactory">
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+ <summary>
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+ Summary description for ConsoleFactory.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogFactory">
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+ <summary>
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+ NullLogFactory used when logging is turned off.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogFactory.Create(System.String)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates an instance of ILogger with the specified name.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="name">Name.</param>
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+ <returns></returns>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogFactory.Create(System.String,Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates an instance of ILogger with the specified name and LoggerLevel.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="name">Name.</param>
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+ <param name="level">Level.</param>
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+ <returns></returns>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.StreamLoggerFactory">
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+ <summary>
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+ Creates <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Logging.StreamLogger"/> outputing
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+ to files. The name of the file is derived from the log name
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+ plus the 'log' extension.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.TraceLoggerFactory">
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+ <summary>
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+ Used to create the TraceLogger implementation of ILogger interface. See <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Logging.TraceLogger"/>.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.ConsoleLogger">
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+ <summary>
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+ The Logger sending everything to the standard output streams.
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+ This is mainly for the cases when you have a utility that
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+ does not have a logger to supply.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger">
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+ <summary>
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+ The Level Filtered Logger class. This is a base clase which
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+ provides a LogLevel attribute and reroutes all functions into
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+ one Log method.
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+ </summary>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger">
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+ <summary>
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+ Manages logging.
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+ </summary>
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+ <remarks>
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+ This is a facade for the different logging subsystems.
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+ It offers a simplified interface that follows IOC patterns
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+ and a simplified priority/level/severity abstraction.
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+ </remarks>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Debug(System.String)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs a debug message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Debug(System.String,System.Exception)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs a debug message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
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+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Debug(System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs a debug message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
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+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.DebugFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
579
+ Logs a debug message.
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+ </summary>
581
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
582
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
583
+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.DebugFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs a debug message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
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+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
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+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.DebugFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs a debug message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
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+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
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+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.DebugFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs a debug message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
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+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
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+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
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+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Info(System.String)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs an info message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Info(System.String,System.Exception)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs an info message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
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+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Info(System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs an info message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
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+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.InfoFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs an info message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
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+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.InfoFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs an info message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
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+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
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+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.InfoFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs an info message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
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+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
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+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.InfoFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs an info message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
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+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
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+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
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+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Warn(System.String)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs a warn message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Warn(System.String,System.Exception)">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs a warn message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
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+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Warn(System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs a warn message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
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+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.WarnFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
683
+ Logs a warn message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
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+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.WarnFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
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+ Logs a warn message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
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+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
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+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
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+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.WarnFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
698
+ Logs a warn message.
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+ </summary>
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+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
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+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
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+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
703
+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.WarnFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
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+ <summary>
706
+ Logs a warn message.
707
+ </summary>
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+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
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+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
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+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
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+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
712
+ </member>
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+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Error(System.String)">
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+ <summary>
715
+ Logs an error message.
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+ </summary>
717
+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
718
+ </member>
719
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Error(System.String,System.Exception)">
720
+ <summary>
721
+ Logs an error message.
722
+ </summary>
723
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
724
+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
725
+ </member>
726
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Error(System.String,System.Object[])">
727
+ <summary>
728
+ Logs an error message.
729
+ </summary>
730
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
731
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
732
+ </member>
733
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.ErrorFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
734
+ <summary>
735
+ Logs an error message.
736
+ </summary>
737
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
738
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
739
+ </member>
740
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.ErrorFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
741
+ <summary>
742
+ Logs an error message.
743
+ </summary>
744
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
745
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
746
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
747
+ </member>
748
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.ErrorFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
749
+ <summary>
750
+ Logs an error message.
751
+ </summary>
752
+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
753
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
754
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
755
+ </member>
756
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.ErrorFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
757
+ <summary>
758
+ Logs an error message.
759
+ </summary>
760
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
761
+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
762
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
763
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
764
+ </member>
765
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Fatal(System.String)">
766
+ <summary>
767
+ Logs a fatal message.
768
+ </summary>
769
+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
770
+ </member>
771
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Fatal(System.String,System.Exception)">
772
+ <summary>
773
+ Logs a fatal message.
774
+ </summary>
775
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
776
+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
777
+ </member>
778
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.Fatal(System.String,System.Object[])">
779
+ <summary>
780
+ Logs a fatal message.
781
+ </summary>
782
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
783
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
784
+ </member>
785
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.FatalFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
786
+ <summary>
787
+ Logs a fatal message.
788
+ </summary>
789
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
790
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
791
+ </member>
792
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.FatalFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
793
+ <summary>
794
+ Logs a fatal message.
795
+ </summary>
796
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
797
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
798
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
799
+ </member>
800
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.FatalFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
801
+ <summary>
802
+ Logs a fatal message.
803
+ </summary>
804
+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
805
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
806
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
807
+ </member>
808
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.FatalFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
809
+ <summary>
810
+ Logs a fatal message.
811
+ </summary>
812
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
813
+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
814
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
815
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
816
+ </member>
817
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.FatalError(System.String)">
818
+ <summary>
819
+ Logs a fatal error message.
820
+ </summary>
821
+ <param name="message">The Message</param>
822
+ </member>
823
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.FatalError(System.String,System.Exception)">
824
+ <summary>
825
+ Logs a fatal error message.
826
+ </summary>
827
+ <param name="message">The Message</param>
828
+ <param name="exception">The Exception</param>
829
+ </member>
830
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.FatalError(System.String,System.Object[])">
831
+ <summary>
832
+ Logs a fatal error message.
833
+ </summary>
834
+ <param name="format">Message format</param>
835
+ <param name="args">Array of objects to write using format</param>
836
+ </member>
837
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.CreateChildLogger(System.String)">
838
+ <summary>
839
+ Create a new child logger.
840
+ The name of the child logger is [current-loggers-name].[passed-in-name]
841
+ </summary>
842
+ <param name="loggerName">The Subname of this logger.</param>
843
+ <returns>The New ILogger instance.</returns>
844
+ <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentException">If the name has an empty element name.</exception>
845
+ </member>
846
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.IsDebugEnabled">
847
+ <summary>
848
+ Determines if messages of priority "debug" will be logged.
849
+ </summary>
850
+ <value>True if "debug" messages will be logged.</value>
851
+ </member>
852
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.IsInfoEnabled">
853
+ <summary>
854
+ Determines if messages of priority "info" will be logged.
855
+ </summary>
856
+ <value>True if "info" messages will be logged.</value>
857
+ </member>
858
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.IsWarnEnabled">
859
+ <summary>
860
+ Determines if messages of priority "warn" will be logged.
861
+ </summary>
862
+ <value>True if "warn" messages will be logged.</value>
863
+ </member>
864
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.IsErrorEnabled">
865
+ <summary>
866
+ Determines if messages of priority "error" will be logged.
867
+ </summary>
868
+ <value>True if "error" messages will be logged.</value>
869
+ </member>
870
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.IsFatalEnabled">
871
+ <summary>
872
+ Determines if messages of priority "fatal" will be logged.
873
+ </summary>
874
+ <value>True if "fatal" messages will be logged.</value>
875
+ </member>
876
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger.IsFatalErrorEnabled">
877
+ <summary>
878
+ Determines if messages of priority "fatalError" will be logged.
879
+ </summary>
880
+ <value>True if "fatalError" messages will be logged.</value>
881
+ </member>
882
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.#ctor">
883
+ <summary>
884
+ Creates a new <c>LevelFilteredLogger</c>.
885
+ </summary>
886
+ </member>
887
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.InitializeLifetimeService">
888
+ <summary>
889
+ Keep the instance alive in a remoting scenario
890
+ </summary>
891
+ <returns></returns>
892
+ </member>
893
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Debug(System.String)">
894
+ <summary>
895
+ Logs a debug message.
896
+ </summary>
897
+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
898
+ </member>
899
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Debug(System.String,System.Exception)">
900
+ <summary>
901
+ Logs a debug message.
902
+ </summary>
903
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
904
+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
905
+ </member>
906
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.DebugFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
907
+ <summary>
908
+ Logs a debug message.
909
+ </summary>
910
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
911
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
912
+ </member>
913
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.DebugFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
914
+ <summary>
915
+ Logs a debug message.
916
+ </summary>
917
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
918
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
919
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
920
+ </member>
921
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.DebugFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
922
+ <summary>
923
+ Logs a debug message.
924
+ </summary>
925
+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
926
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
927
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
928
+ </member>
929
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.DebugFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
930
+ <summary>
931
+ Logs a debug message.
932
+ </summary>
933
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
934
+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
935
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
936
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
937
+ </member>
938
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Debug(System.String,System.Object[])">
939
+ <summary>
940
+ Logs a debug message.
941
+ </summary>
942
+ <param name="format">Message format</param>
943
+ <param name="args">Array of objects to write using format</param>
944
+ </member>
945
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Info(System.String)">
946
+ <summary>
947
+ Logs an info message.
948
+ </summary>
949
+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
950
+ </member>
951
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Info(System.String,System.Exception)">
952
+ <summary>
953
+ Logs an info message.
954
+ </summary>
955
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
956
+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
957
+ </member>
958
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.InfoFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
959
+ <summary>
960
+ Logs an info message.
961
+ </summary>
962
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
963
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
964
+ </member>
965
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.InfoFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
966
+ <summary>
967
+ Logs an info message.
968
+ </summary>
969
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
970
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
971
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
972
+ </member>
973
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.InfoFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
974
+ <summary>
975
+ Logs an info message.
976
+ </summary>
977
+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
978
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
979
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
980
+ </member>
981
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.InfoFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
982
+ <summary>
983
+ Logs an info message.
984
+ </summary>
985
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
986
+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
987
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
988
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
989
+ </member>
990
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Info(System.String,System.Object[])">
991
+ <summary>
992
+ Logs an info message.
993
+ </summary>
994
+ <param name="format">Message format</param>
995
+ <param name="args">Array of objects to write using format</param>
996
+ </member>
997
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Warn(System.String)">
998
+ <summary>
999
+ Logs a warn message.
1000
+ </summary>
1001
+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
1002
+ </member>
1003
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Warn(System.String,System.Exception)">
1004
+ <summary>
1005
+ Logs a warn message.
1006
+ </summary>
1007
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
1008
+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
1009
+ </member>
1010
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.WarnFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
1011
+ <summary>
1012
+ Logs a warn message.
1013
+ </summary>
1014
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
1015
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
1016
+ </member>
1017
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.WarnFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
1018
+ <summary>
1019
+ Logs a warn message.
1020
+ </summary>
1021
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
1022
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
1023
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
1024
+ </member>
1025
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.WarnFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1026
+ <summary>
1027
+ Logs a warn message.
1028
+ </summary>
1029
+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
1030
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
1031
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
1032
+ </member>
1033
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.WarnFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1034
+ <summary>
1035
+ Logs a warn message.
1036
+ </summary>
1037
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
1038
+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
1039
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
1040
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
1041
+ </member>
1042
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Warn(System.String,System.Object[])">
1043
+ <summary>
1044
+ Logs a warn message.
1045
+ </summary>
1046
+ <param name="format">Message format</param>
1047
+ <param name="args">Array of objects to write using format</param>
1048
+ </member>
1049
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Error(System.String)">
1050
+ <summary>
1051
+ Logs an error message.
1052
+ </summary>
1053
+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
1054
+ </member>
1055
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Error(System.String,System.Exception)">
1056
+ <summary>
1057
+ Logs an error message.
1058
+ </summary>
1059
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
1060
+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
1061
+ </member>
1062
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.ErrorFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
1063
+ <summary>
1064
+ Logs an error message.
1065
+ </summary>
1066
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
1067
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
1068
+ </member>
1069
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.ErrorFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
1070
+ <summary>
1071
+ Logs an error message.
1072
+ </summary>
1073
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
1074
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
1075
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
1076
+ </member>
1077
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.ErrorFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1078
+ <summary>
1079
+ Logs an error message.
1080
+ </summary>
1081
+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
1082
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
1083
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
1084
+ </member>
1085
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.ErrorFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1086
+ <summary>
1087
+ Logs an error message.
1088
+ </summary>
1089
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
1090
+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
1091
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
1092
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
1093
+ </member>
1094
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Error(System.String,System.Object[])">
1095
+ <summary>
1096
+ Logs an error message.
1097
+ </summary>
1098
+ <param name="format">Message format</param>
1099
+ <param name="args">Array of objects to write using format</param>
1100
+ </member>
1101
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Fatal(System.String)">
1102
+ <summary>
1103
+ Logs a fatal message.
1104
+ </summary>
1105
+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
1106
+ </member>
1107
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Fatal(System.String,System.Exception)">
1108
+ <summary>
1109
+ Logs a fatal message.
1110
+ </summary>
1111
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
1112
+ <param name="message">The message to log</param>
1113
+ </member>
1114
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.FatalFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
1115
+ <summary>
1116
+ Logs a fatal message.
1117
+ </summary>
1118
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
1119
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
1120
+ </member>
1121
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.FatalFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
1122
+ <summary>
1123
+ Logs a fatal message.
1124
+ </summary>
1125
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
1126
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
1127
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
1128
+ </member>
1129
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.FatalFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1130
+ <summary>
1131
+ Logs a fatal message.
1132
+ </summary>
1133
+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
1134
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
1135
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
1136
+ </member>
1137
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.FatalFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1138
+ <summary>
1139
+ Logs a fatal message.
1140
+ </summary>
1141
+ <param name="exception">The exception to log</param>
1142
+ <param name="formatProvider">The format provider to use</param>
1143
+ <param name="format">Format string for the message to log</param>
1144
+ <param name="args">Format arguments for the message to log</param>
1145
+ </member>
1146
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Fatal(System.String,System.Object[])">
1147
+ <summary>
1148
+ Logs a fatal message.
1149
+ </summary>
1150
+ <param name="format">Message format</param>
1151
+ <param name="args">Array of objects to write using format</param>
1152
+ </member>
1153
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.FatalError(System.String)">
1154
+ <summary>
1155
+ Logs a fatal error message.
1156
+ </summary>
1157
+ <param name="message">The Message</param>
1158
+ </member>
1159
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.FatalError(System.String,System.Exception)">
1160
+ <summary>
1161
+ Logs a fatal error message.
1162
+ </summary>
1163
+ <param name="message">The Message</param>
1164
+ <param name="exception">The Exception</param>
1165
+ </member>
1166
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.FatalError(System.String,System.Object[])">
1167
+ <summary>
1168
+ Logs a fatal error message.
1169
+ </summary>
1170
+ <param name="format">Message format</param>
1171
+ <param name="args">Array of objects to write using format</param>
1172
+ </member>
1173
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Log(Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel,System.String,System.String,System.Exception)">
1174
+ <summary>
1175
+ Implementors output the log content by implementing this method only.
1176
+ Note that exception can be null
1177
+ </summary>
1178
+ <param name="loggerLevel"></param>
1179
+ <param name="loggerName"></param>
1180
+ <param name="message"></param>
1181
+ <param name="exception"></param>
1182
+ </member>
1183
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Level">
1184
+ <value>
1185
+ The <c>LoggerLevel</c> that this logger
1186
+ will be using. Defaults to <c>LoggerLevel.Off</c>
1187
+ </value>
1188
+ </member>
1189
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.Name">
1190
+ <value>
1191
+ The name that this logger will be using.
1192
+ Defaults to <c>String.Empty</c>
1193
+ </value>
1194
+ </member>
1195
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.IsDebugEnabled">
1196
+ <summary>
1197
+ Determines if messages of priority "debug" will be logged.
1198
+ </summary>
1199
+ <value><c>true</c> if log level flags include the <see cref="F:Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel.Debug"/> bit</value>
1200
+ </member>
1201
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.IsInfoEnabled">
1202
+ <summary>
1203
+ Determines if messages of priority "info" will be logged.
1204
+ </summary>
1205
+ <value><c>true</c> if log level flags include the <see cref="F:Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel.Info"/> bit</value>
1206
+ </member>
1207
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.IsWarnEnabled">
1208
+ <summary>
1209
+ Determines if messages of priority "warn" will be logged.
1210
+ </summary>
1211
+ <value><c>true</c> if log level flags include the <see cref="F:Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel.Warn"/> bit</value>
1212
+ </member>
1213
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.IsErrorEnabled">
1214
+ <summary>
1215
+ Determines if messages of priority "error" will be logged.
1216
+ </summary>
1217
+ <value><c>true</c> if log level flags include the <see cref="F:Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel.Error"/> bit</value>
1218
+ </member>
1219
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.IsFatalEnabled">
1220
+ <summary>
1221
+ Determines if messages of priority "fatal" will be logged.
1222
+ </summary>
1223
+ <value><c>true</c> if log level flags include the <see cref="F:Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel.Fatal"/> bit</value>
1224
+ </member>
1225
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.LevelFilteredLogger.IsFatalErrorEnabled">
1226
+ <summary>
1227
+ Determines if messages of priority "fatal" will be logged.
1228
+ </summary>
1229
+ <value><c>true</c> if log level flags include the <see cref="F:Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel.Fatal"/> bit</value>
1230
+ </member>
1231
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ConsoleLogger.#ctor">
1232
+ <summary>
1233
+ Creates a new ConsoleLogger with the <c>Level</c>
1234
+ set to <c>LoggerLevel.Debug</c> and the <c>Name</c>
1235
+ set to <c>String.Empty</c>.
1236
+ </summary>
1237
+ </member>
1238
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ConsoleLogger.#ctor(Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel)">
1239
+ <summary>
1240
+ Creates a new ConsoleLogger with the <c>Name</c>
1241
+ set to <c>String.Empty</c>.
1242
+ </summary>
1243
+ <param name="logLevel">The logs Level.</param>
1244
+ </member>
1245
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ConsoleLogger.#ctor(System.String)">
1246
+ <summary>
1247
+ Creates a new ConsoleLogger with the <c>Level</c>
1248
+ set to <c>LoggerLevel.Debug</c>.
1249
+ </summary>
1250
+ <param name="name">The logs Name.</param>
1251
+ </member>
1252
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ConsoleLogger.#ctor(System.String,Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel)">
1253
+ <summary>
1254
+ Creates a new ConsoleLogger.
1255
+ </summary>
1256
+ <param name="name">The logs Name.</param>
1257
+ <param name="logLevel">The logs Level.</param>
1258
+ </member>
1259
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ConsoleLogger.Log(Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel,System.String,System.String,System.Exception)">
1260
+ <summary>
1261
+ A Common method to log.
1262
+ </summary>
1263
+ <param name="loggerLevel">The level of logging</param>
1264
+ <param name="loggerName">The name of the logger</param>
1265
+ <param name="message">The Message</param>
1266
+ <param name="exception">The Exception</param>
1267
+ </member>
1268
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.ConsoleLogger.CreateChildLogger(System.String)">
1269
+ <summary>
1270
+ Returns a new <c>ConsoleLogger</c> with the name
1271
+ added after this loggers name, with a dot in between.
1272
+ </summary>
1273
+ <param name="loggerName">The added hierarchical name.</param>
1274
+ <returns>A new <c>ConsoleLogger</c>.</returns>
1275
+ </member>
1276
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.DiagnosticsLogger">
1277
+ <summary>
1278
+ The Logger using standart Diagnostics namespace.
1279
+ </summary>
1280
+ </member>
1281
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.DiagnosticsLogger.#ctor(System.String)">
1282
+ <summary>
1283
+ Creates a logger based on <see cref="T:System.Diagnostics.EventLog"/>.
1284
+ </summary>
1285
+ <param name="logName"><see cref="P:System.Diagnostics.EventLog.Log"/></param>
1286
+ </member>
1287
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.DiagnosticsLogger.#ctor(System.String,System.String)">
1288
+ <summary>
1289
+ Creates a logger based on <see cref="T:System.Diagnostics.EventLog"/>.
1290
+ </summary>
1291
+ <param name="logName"><see cref="P:System.Diagnostics.EventLog.Log"/></param>
1292
+ <param name="source"><see cref="P:System.Diagnostics.EventLog.Source"/></param>
1293
+ </member>
1294
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.DiagnosticsLogger.#ctor(System.String,System.String,System.String)">
1295
+ <summary>
1296
+ Creates a logger based on <see cref="T:System.Diagnostics.EventLog"/>.
1297
+ </summary>
1298
+ <param name="logName"><see cref="P:System.Diagnostics.EventLog.Log"/></param>
1299
+ <param name="machineName"><see cref="P:System.Diagnostics.EventLog.MachineName"/></param>
1300
+ <param name="source"><see cref="P:System.Diagnostics.EventLog.Source"/></param>
1301
+ </member>
1302
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger">
1303
+ <summary>
1304
+ The Null Logger class. This is useful for implementations where you need
1305
+ to provide a logger to a utility class, but do not want any output from it.
1306
+ It also helps when you have a utility that does not have a logger to supply.
1307
+ </summary>
1308
+ </member>
1309
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.IExtendedLogger">
1310
+ <summary>
1311
+ Provides an interface that supports <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Logging.ILogger"/> and
1312
+ allows the storage and retrieval of Contexts. These are supported in
1313
+ both log4net and NLog.
1314
+ </summary>
1315
+ </member>
1316
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.IExtendedLogger.GlobalProperties">
1317
+ <summary>
1318
+ Exposes the Global Context of the extended logger.
1319
+ </summary>
1320
+ </member>
1321
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.IExtendedLogger.ThreadProperties">
1322
+ <summary>
1323
+ Exposes the Thread Context of the extended logger.
1324
+ </summary>
1325
+ </member>
1326
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.IExtendedLogger.ThreadStacks">
1327
+ <summary>
1328
+ Exposes the Thread Stack of the extended logger.
1329
+ </summary>
1330
+ </member>
1331
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.#ctor">
1332
+ <summary>
1333
+ Creates a new <c>NullLogger</c>.
1334
+ </summary>
1335
+ </member>
1336
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Debug(System.String)">
1337
+ <summary>
1338
+ No-op.
1339
+ </summary>
1340
+ <param name="message">Ignored</param>
1341
+ </member>
1342
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Debug(System.String,System.Exception)">
1343
+ <summary>
1344
+ No-op.
1345
+ </summary>
1346
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1347
+ <param name="message">Ignored</param>
1348
+ </member>
1349
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Debug(System.String,System.Object[])">
1350
+ <summary>
1351
+ No-op.
1352
+ </summary>
1353
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1354
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1355
+ </member>
1356
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.DebugFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
1357
+ <summary>
1358
+ No-op.
1359
+ </summary>
1360
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1361
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1362
+ </member>
1363
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.DebugFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
1364
+ <summary>
1365
+ No-op.
1366
+ </summary>
1367
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1368
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1369
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1370
+ </member>
1371
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.DebugFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1372
+ <summary>
1373
+ No-op.
1374
+ </summary>
1375
+ <param name="formatProvider">Ignored</param>
1376
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1377
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1378
+ </member>
1379
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.DebugFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1380
+ <summary>
1381
+ No-op.
1382
+ </summary>
1383
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1384
+ <param name="formatProvider">Ignored</param>
1385
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1386
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1387
+ </member>
1388
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Info(System.String)">
1389
+ <summary>
1390
+ No-op.
1391
+ </summary>
1392
+ <param name="message">Ignored</param>
1393
+ </member>
1394
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Info(System.String,System.Exception)">
1395
+ <summary>
1396
+ No-op.
1397
+ </summary>
1398
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1399
+ <param name="message">Ignored</param>
1400
+ </member>
1401
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Info(System.String,System.Object[])">
1402
+ <summary>
1403
+ No-op.
1404
+ </summary>
1405
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1406
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1407
+ </member>
1408
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.InfoFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
1409
+ <summary>
1410
+ No-op.
1411
+ </summary>
1412
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1413
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1414
+ </member>
1415
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.InfoFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
1416
+ <summary>
1417
+ No-op.
1418
+ </summary>
1419
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1420
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1421
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1422
+ </member>
1423
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.InfoFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1424
+ <summary>
1425
+ No-op.
1426
+ </summary>
1427
+ <param name="formatProvider">Ignored</param>
1428
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1429
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1430
+ </member>
1431
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.InfoFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1432
+ <summary>
1433
+ No-op.
1434
+ </summary>
1435
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1436
+ <param name="formatProvider">Ignored</param>
1437
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1438
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1439
+ </member>
1440
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Warn(System.String)">
1441
+ <summary>
1442
+ No-op.
1443
+ </summary>
1444
+ <param name="message">Ignored</param>
1445
+ </member>
1446
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Warn(System.String,System.Exception)">
1447
+ <summary>
1448
+ No-op.
1449
+ </summary>
1450
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1451
+ <param name="message">Ignored</param>
1452
+ </member>
1453
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Warn(System.String,System.Object[])">
1454
+ <summary>
1455
+ No-op.
1456
+ </summary>
1457
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1458
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1459
+ </member>
1460
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.WarnFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
1461
+ <summary>
1462
+ No-op.
1463
+ </summary>
1464
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1465
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1466
+ </member>
1467
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.WarnFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
1468
+ <summary>
1469
+ No-op.
1470
+ </summary>
1471
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1472
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1473
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1474
+ </member>
1475
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.WarnFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1476
+ <summary>
1477
+ No-op.
1478
+ </summary>
1479
+ <param name="formatProvider">Ignored</param>
1480
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1481
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1482
+ </member>
1483
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.WarnFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1484
+ <summary>
1485
+ No-op.
1486
+ </summary>
1487
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1488
+ <param name="formatProvider">Ignored</param>
1489
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1490
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1491
+ </member>
1492
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Error(System.String)">
1493
+ <summary>
1494
+ No-op.
1495
+ </summary>
1496
+ <param name="message">Ignored</param>
1497
+ </member>
1498
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Error(System.String,System.Exception)">
1499
+ <summary>
1500
+ No-op.
1501
+ </summary>
1502
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1503
+ <param name="message">Ignored</param>
1504
+ </member>
1505
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Error(System.String,System.Object[])">
1506
+ <summary>
1507
+ No-op.
1508
+ </summary>
1509
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1510
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1511
+ </member>
1512
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.ErrorFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
1513
+ <summary>
1514
+ No-op.
1515
+ </summary>
1516
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1517
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1518
+ </member>
1519
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.ErrorFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
1520
+ <summary>
1521
+ No-op.
1522
+ </summary>
1523
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1524
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1525
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1526
+ </member>
1527
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.ErrorFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1528
+ <summary>
1529
+ No-op.
1530
+ </summary>
1531
+ <param name="formatProvider">Ignored</param>
1532
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1533
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1534
+ </member>
1535
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.ErrorFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1536
+ <summary>
1537
+ No-op.
1538
+ </summary>
1539
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1540
+ <param name="formatProvider">Ignored</param>
1541
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1542
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1543
+ </member>
1544
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Fatal(System.String)">
1545
+ <summary>
1546
+ No-op.
1547
+ </summary>
1548
+ <param name="message">Ignored</param>
1549
+ </member>
1550
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Fatal(System.String,System.Exception)">
1551
+ <summary>
1552
+ No-op.
1553
+ </summary>
1554
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1555
+ <param name="message">Ignored</param>
1556
+ </member>
1557
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.Fatal(System.String,System.Object[])">
1558
+ <summary>
1559
+ No-op.
1560
+ </summary>
1561
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1562
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1563
+ </member>
1564
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.FatalFormat(System.String,System.Object[])">
1565
+ <summary>
1566
+ No-op.
1567
+ </summary>
1568
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1569
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1570
+ </member>
1571
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.FatalFormat(System.Exception,System.String,System.Object[])">
1572
+ <summary>
1573
+ No-op.
1574
+ </summary>
1575
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1576
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1577
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1578
+ </member>
1579
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.FatalFormat(System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1580
+ <summary>
1581
+ No-op.
1582
+ </summary>
1583
+ <param name="formatProvider">Ignored</param>
1584
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1585
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1586
+ </member>
1587
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.FatalFormat(System.Exception,System.IFormatProvider,System.String,System.Object[])">
1588
+ <summary>
1589
+ No-op.
1590
+ </summary>
1591
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1592
+ <param name="formatProvider">Ignored</param>
1593
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1594
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1595
+ </member>
1596
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.FatalError(System.String)">
1597
+ <summary>
1598
+ No-op.
1599
+ </summary>
1600
+ <param name="message">Ignored</param>
1601
+ </member>
1602
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.FatalError(System.String,System.Exception)">
1603
+ <summary>
1604
+ No-op.
1605
+ </summary>
1606
+ <param name="message">Ignored</param>
1607
+ <param name="exception">Ignored</param>
1608
+ </member>
1609
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.FatalError(System.String,System.Object[])">
1610
+ <summary>
1611
+ No-op.
1612
+ </summary>
1613
+ <param name="format">Ignored</param>
1614
+ <param name="args">Ignored</param>
1615
+ </member>
1616
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.CreateChildLogger(System.String)">
1617
+ <summary>
1618
+ Returns this <c>NullLogger</c>.
1619
+ </summary>
1620
+ <param name="loggerName">Ignored</param>
1621
+ <returns>This ILogger instance.</returns>
1622
+ </member>
1623
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.IsDebugEnabled">
1624
+ <summary>
1625
+ No-op.
1626
+ </summary>
1627
+ <value>false</value>
1628
+ </member>
1629
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.IsInfoEnabled">
1630
+ <summary>
1631
+ No-op.
1632
+ </summary>
1633
+ <value>false</value>
1634
+ </member>
1635
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.IsWarnEnabled">
1636
+ <summary>
1637
+ No-op.
1638
+ </summary>
1639
+ <value>false</value>
1640
+ </member>
1641
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.IsErrorEnabled">
1642
+ <summary>
1643
+ No-op.
1644
+ </summary>
1645
+ <value>false</value>
1646
+ </member>
1647
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.IsFatalEnabled">
1648
+ <summary>
1649
+ No-op.
1650
+ </summary>
1651
+ <value>false</value>
1652
+ </member>
1653
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.IsFatalErrorEnabled">
1654
+ <summary>
1655
+ No-op.
1656
+ </summary>
1657
+ <value>false</value>
1658
+ </member>
1659
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.GlobalProperties">
1660
+ <summary>
1661
+ Returns empty context properties.
1662
+ </summary>
1663
+ </member>
1664
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.ThreadProperties">
1665
+ <summary>
1666
+ Returns empty context properties.
1667
+ </summary>
1668
+ </member>
1669
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.NullLogger.ThreadStacks">
1670
+ <summary>
1671
+ Returns empty context stacks.
1672
+ </summary>
1673
+ </member>
1674
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.IContextProperties">
1675
+ <summary>
1676
+ Interface for Context Properties implementations
1677
+ </summary>
1678
+ <remarks>
1679
+ <para>
1680
+ This interface defines a basic property get set accessor.
1681
+ </para>
1682
+ <para>
1683
+ Based on the ContextPropertiesBase of log4net, by Nicko Cadell.
1684
+ </para>
1685
+ </remarks>
1686
+ </member>
1687
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Logging.IContextProperties.Item(System.String)">
1688
+ <summary>
1689
+ Gets or sets the value of a property
1690
+ </summary>
1691
+ <value>
1692
+ The value for the property with the specified key
1693
+ </value>
1694
+ <remarks>
1695
+ <para>
1696
+ Gets or sets the value of a property
1697
+ </para>
1698
+ </remarks>
1699
+ </member>
1700
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.StreamLogger">
1701
+ <summary>
1702
+ The Stream Logger class. This class can stream log information
1703
+ to any stream, it is suitable for storing a log file to disk,
1704
+ or to a <c>MemoryStream</c> for testing your components.
1705
+ </summary>
1706
+ <remarks>
1707
+ This logger is not thread safe.
1708
+ </remarks>
1709
+ </member>
1710
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.StreamLogger.#ctor(System.String,System.IO.Stream)">
1711
+ <summary>
1712
+ Creates a new <c>StreamLogger</c> with default encoding
1713
+ and buffer size. Initial Level is set to Debug.
1714
+ </summary>
1715
+ <param name="name">
1716
+ The name of the log.
1717
+ </param>
1718
+ <param name="stream">
1719
+ The stream that will be used for logging,
1720
+ seeking while the logger is alive
1721
+ </param>
1722
+ </member>
1723
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.StreamLogger.#ctor(System.String,System.IO.Stream,System.Text.Encoding)">
1724
+ <summary>
1725
+ Creates a new <c>StreamLogger</c> with default buffer size.
1726
+ Initial Level is set to Debug.
1727
+ </summary>
1728
+ <param name="name">
1729
+ The name of the log.
1730
+ </param>
1731
+ <param name="stream">
1732
+ The stream that will be used for logging,
1733
+ seeking while the logger is alive
1734
+ </param>
1735
+ <param name="encoding">
1736
+ The encoding that will be used for this stream.
1737
+ <see cref="T:System.IO.StreamWriter"/>
1738
+ </param>
1739
+ </member>
1740
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.StreamLogger.#ctor(System.String,System.IO.Stream,System.Text.Encoding,System.Int32)">
1741
+ <summary>
1742
+ Creates a new <c>StreamLogger</c>.
1743
+ Initial Level is set to Debug.
1744
+ </summary>
1745
+ <param name="name">
1746
+ The name of the log.
1747
+ </param>
1748
+ <param name="stream">
1749
+ The stream that will be used for logging,
1750
+ seeking while the logger is alive
1751
+ </param>
1752
+ <param name="encoding">
1753
+ The encoding that will be used for this stream.
1754
+ <see cref="T:System.IO.StreamWriter"/>
1755
+ </param>
1756
+ <param name="bufferSize">
1757
+ The buffer size that will be used for this stream.
1758
+ <see cref="T:System.IO.StreamWriter"/>
1759
+ </param>
1760
+ </member>
1761
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.StreamLogger.#ctor(System.String,System.IO.StreamWriter)">
1762
+ <summary>
1763
+ Creates a new <c>StreamLogger</c> with
1764
+ Debug as default Level.
1765
+ </summary>
1766
+ <param name="name">The name of the log.</param>
1767
+ <param name="writer">The <c>StreamWriter</c> the log will write to.</param>
1768
+ </member>
1769
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.TraceLogger">
1770
+ <summary>
1771
+ The TraceLogger sends all logging to the System.Diagnostics.TraceSource
1772
+ built into the .net framework.
1773
+ </summary>
1774
+ <remarks>
1775
+ Logging can be configured in the system.diagnostics configuration
1776
+ section.
1777
+
1778
+ If logger doesn't find a source name with a full match it will
1779
+ use source names which match the namespace partially. For example you can
1780
+ configure from all castle components by adding a source name with the
1781
+ name "Castle".
1782
+
1783
+ If no portion of the namespace matches the source named "Default" will
1784
+ be used.
1785
+ </remarks>
1786
+ </member>
1787
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.TraceLogger.#ctor(System.String)">
1788
+ <summary>
1789
+ Build a new trace logger based on the named TraceSource
1790
+ </summary>
1791
+ <param name="name">The name used to locate the best TraceSource. In most cases comes from the using type's fullname.</param>
1792
+ </member>
1793
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.TraceLogger.#ctor(System.String,Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel)">
1794
+ <summary>
1795
+ Build a new trace logger based on the named TraceSource
1796
+ </summary>
1797
+ <param name="name">The name used to locate the best TraceSource. In most cases comes from the using type's fullname.</param>
1798
+ <param name="level">The default logging level at which this source should write messages. In almost all cases this
1799
+ default value will be overridden in the config file. </param>
1800
+ </member>
1801
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.TraceLogger.CreateChildLogger(System.String)">
1802
+ <summary>
1803
+ Create a new child logger.
1804
+ The name of the child logger is [current-loggers-name].[passed-in-name]
1805
+ </summary>
1806
+ <param name="loggerName">The Subname of this logger.</param>
1807
+ <returns>The New ILogger instance.</returns>
1808
+ </member>
1809
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.WebLogger">
1810
+ <summary>
1811
+ The WebLogger sends everything to the HttpContext.Trace
1812
+ </summary>
1813
+ <remarks>
1814
+ Trace must be enabled on the Asp.Net configuration file (web.config or machine.config)
1815
+ </remarks>
1816
+ </member>
1817
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.WebLogger.#ctor">
1818
+ <summary>
1819
+ Creates a new WebLogger with the priority set to DEBUG.
1820
+ </summary>
1821
+ </member>
1822
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.WebLogger.#ctor(Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel)">
1823
+ <summary>
1824
+ Creates a new WebLogger.
1825
+ </summary>
1826
+ <param name="logLevel">The Log level typecode.</param>
1827
+ </member>
1828
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.WebLogger.#ctor(System.String)">
1829
+ <summary>
1830
+ Creates a new WebLogger.
1831
+ </summary>
1832
+ <param name="name">The Log name.</param>
1833
+ </member>
1834
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.WebLogger.#ctor(System.String,Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel)">
1835
+ <summary>
1836
+ Creates a new WebLogger.
1837
+ </summary>
1838
+ <param name="name">The Log name.</param>
1839
+ <param name="loggerLevel">The Log level typecode.</param>
1840
+ </member>
1841
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.WebLogger.Log(Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel,System.String,System.String,System.Exception)">
1842
+ <summary>
1843
+ A Common method to log.
1844
+ </summary>
1845
+ <param name="loggerLevel">The level of logging</param>
1846
+ <param name="loggerName">The Log name.</param>
1847
+ <param name="message">The Message</param>
1848
+ <param name="exception">The Exception</param>
1849
+ </member>
1850
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.WebLogger.CreateChildLogger(System.String)">
1851
+ <summary>
1852
+ Just returns this logger (<c>WebLogger</c> is not hierarchical).
1853
+ </summary>
1854
+ <param name="loggerName">Ignored</param>
1855
+ <returns>This ILogger instance.</returns>
1856
+ </member>
1857
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Logging.WebLogger.TryToGetTraceContext">
1858
+ <summary>
1859
+ Tries to get the current http context's trace context.
1860
+ </summary>
1861
+ <returns>The current http context's trace context or null if none is
1862
+ available</returns>
1863
+ </member>
1864
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel">
1865
+ <summary>
1866
+ Supporting Logger levels.
1867
+ </summary>
1868
+ </member>
1869
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel.Off">
1870
+ <summary>
1871
+ Logging will be off
1872
+ </summary>
1873
+ </member>
1874
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel.Fatal">
1875
+ <summary>
1876
+ Fatal logging level
1877
+ </summary>
1878
+ </member>
1879
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel.Error">
1880
+ <summary>
1881
+ Error logging level
1882
+ </summary>
1883
+ </member>
1884
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel.Warn">
1885
+ <summary>
1886
+ Warn logging level
1887
+ </summary>
1888
+ </member>
1889
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel.Info">
1890
+ <summary>
1891
+ Info logging level
1892
+ </summary>
1893
+ </member>
1894
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.Logging.LoggerLevel.Debug">
1895
+ <summary>
1896
+ Debug logging level
1897
+ </summary>
1898
+ </member>
1899
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.Xml.XmlConfigurationDeserializer">
1900
+ <summary>
1901
+ Pendent
1902
+ </summary>
1903
+ </member>
1904
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Configuration.Xml.XmlConfigurationDeserializer.Deserialize(System.Xml.XmlNode)">
1905
+ <summary>
1906
+ Deserializes the specified node into an abstract representation of configuration.
1907
+ </summary>
1908
+ <param name="node">The node.</param>
1909
+ <returns></returns>
1910
+ </member>
1911
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Configuration.Xml.XmlConfigurationDeserializer.GetConfigValue(System.String)">
1912
+ <summary>
1913
+ If a config value is an empty string we return null, this is to keep
1914
+ backward compability with old code
1915
+ </summary>
1916
+ </member>
1917
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.AbstractConfiguration">
1918
+ <summary>
1919
+ This is an abstract <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration"/> implementation
1920
+ that deals with methods that can be abstracted away
1921
+ from underlying implementations.
1922
+ </summary>
1923
+ <remarks>
1924
+ <para><b>AbstractConfiguration</b> makes easier to implementers
1925
+ to create a new version of <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration"/></para>
1926
+ </remarks>
1927
+ </member>
1928
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration">
1929
+ <summary>
1930
+ <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration"/> is a interface encapsulating a configuration node
1931
+ used to retrieve configuration values.
1932
+ </summary>
1933
+ </member>
1934
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration.GetValue(System.Type,System.Object)">
1935
+ <summary>
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+ Gets the value of the node and converts it
1937
+ into specified <see cref="T:System.Type"/>.
1938
+ </summary>
1939
+ <param name="type">The <see cref="T:System.Type"/></param>
1940
+ <param name="defaultValue">
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+ The Default value returned if the convertion fails.
1942
+ </param>
1943
+ <returns>The Value converted into the specified type.</returns>
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+ </member>
1945
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration.Name">
1946
+ <summary>
1947
+ Gets the name of the node.
1948
+ </summary>
1949
+ <value>
1950
+ The Name of the node.
1951
+ </value>
1952
+ </member>
1953
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration.Value">
1954
+ <summary>
1955
+ Gets the value of the node.
1956
+ </summary>
1957
+ <value>
1958
+ The Value of the node.
1959
+ </value>
1960
+ </member>
1961
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration.Children">
1962
+ <summary>
1963
+ Gets an <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.ConfigurationCollection"/> of <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration"/>
1964
+ elements containing all node children.
1965
+ </summary>
1966
+ <value>The Collection of child nodes.</value>
1967
+ </member>
1968
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration.Attributes">
1969
+ <summary>
1970
+ Gets an <see cref="T:System.Collections.IDictionary"/> of the configuration attributes.
1971
+ </summary>
1972
+ </member>
1973
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Configuration.AbstractConfiguration.GetValue(System.Type,System.Object)">
1974
+ <summary>
1975
+ Gets the value of the node and converts it
1976
+ into specified <see cref="T:System.Type"/>.
1977
+ </summary>
1978
+ <param name="type">The <see cref="T:System.Type"/></param>
1979
+ <param name="defaultValue">
1980
+ The Default value returned if the convertion fails.
1981
+ </param>
1982
+ <returns>The Value converted into the specified type.</returns>
1983
+ </member>
1984
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Configuration.AbstractConfiguration.Name">
1985
+ <summary>
1986
+ Gets the name of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration"/>.
1987
+ </summary>
1988
+ <value>
1989
+ The Name of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration"/>.
1990
+ </value>
1991
+ </member>
1992
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Configuration.AbstractConfiguration.Value">
1993
+ <summary>
1994
+ Gets the value of <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration"/>.
1995
+ </summary>
1996
+ <value>
1997
+ The Value of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration"/>.
1998
+ </value>
1999
+ </member>
2000
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Configuration.AbstractConfiguration.Children">
2001
+ <summary>
2002
+ Gets all child nodes.
2003
+ </summary>
2004
+ <value>The <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.ConfigurationCollection"/> of child nodes.</value>
2005
+ </member>
2006
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Configuration.AbstractConfiguration.Attributes">
2007
+ <summary>
2008
+ Gets node attributes.
2009
+ </summary>
2010
+ <value>
2011
+ All attributes of the node.
2012
+ </value>
2013
+ </member>
2014
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.ConfigurationCollection">
2015
+ <summary>
2016
+ A collection of <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration"/> objects.
2017
+ </summary>
2018
+ </member>
2019
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Configuration.ConfigurationCollection.#ctor">
2020
+ <summary>
2021
+ Creates a new instance of <c>ConfigurationCollection</c>.
2022
+ </summary>
2023
+ </member>
2024
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Configuration.ConfigurationCollection.#ctor(System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable{Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration})">
2025
+ <summary>
2026
+ Creates a new instance of <c>ConfigurationCollection</c>.
2027
+ </summary>
2028
+ </member>
2029
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.MutableConfiguration">
2030
+ <summary>
2031
+ Summary description for MutableConfiguration.
2032
+ </summary>
2033
+ </member>
2034
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.Configuration.MutableConfiguration.#ctor(System.String)">
2035
+ <summary>
2036
+ Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.MutableConfiguration"/> class.
2037
+ </summary>
2038
+ <param name="name">The name.</param>
2039
+ </member>
2040
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.Configuration.MutableConfiguration.Value">
2041
+ <summary>
2042
+ Gets the value of <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration"/>.
2043
+ </summary>
2044
+ <value>
2045
+ The Value of the <see cref="T:Castle.Core.Configuration.IConfiguration"/>.
2046
+ </value>
2047
+ </member>
2048
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.LifestyleType">
2049
+ <summary>
2050
+ Enumeration used to mark the component's lifestyle.
2051
+ </summary>
2052
+ </member>
2053
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.LifestyleType.Undefined">
2054
+ <summary>
2055
+ No lifestyle specified.
2056
+ </summary>
2057
+ </member>
2058
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.LifestyleType.Singleton">
2059
+ <summary>
2060
+ Singleton components are instantiated once, and shared
2061
+ between all clients.
2062
+ </summary>
2063
+ </member>
2064
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.LifestyleType.Thread">
2065
+ <summary>
2066
+ Thread components have a unique instance per thread.
2067
+ </summary>
2068
+ </member>
2069
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.LifestyleType.Transient">
2070
+ <summary>
2071
+ Transient components are created on demand.
2072
+ </summary>
2073
+ </member>
2074
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.LifestyleType.Pooled">
2075
+ <summary>
2076
+ Optimization of transient components that keeps
2077
+ instance in a pool instead of always creating them.
2078
+ </summary>
2079
+ </member>
2080
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.LifestyleType.Custom">
2081
+ <summary>
2082
+ Any other logic to create/release components.
2083
+ </summary>
2084
+ </member>
2085
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.LifestyleType.PerWebRequest">
2086
+ <summary>
2087
+ PerWebRequest components are created once per Http Request
2088
+ </summary>
2089
+ </member>
2090
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.PropertiesInspectionBehavior">
2091
+ <summary>
2092
+
2093
+ </summary>
2094
+ </member>
2095
+ <member name="T:Castle.Core.ComponentModel">
2096
+ <summary>
2097
+ Represents the collection of information and
2098
+ meta information collected about a component.
2099
+ </summary>
2100
+ </member>
2101
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.name">
2102
+ <summary>Name (key) of the component</summary>
2103
+ </member>
2104
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.service">
2105
+ <summary>Service exposed</summary>
2106
+ </member>
2107
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.implementation">
2108
+ <summary>Implementation for the service</summary>
2109
+ </member>
2110
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.extended">
2111
+ <summary>Extended properties</summary>
2112
+ </member>
2113
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.lifestyleType">
2114
+ <summary>Lifestyle for the component</summary>
2115
+ </member>
2116
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.customLifestyle">
2117
+ <summary>Custom lifestyle, if any</summary>
2118
+ </member>
2119
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.customComponentActivator">
2120
+ <summary>Custom activator, if any</summary>
2121
+ </member>
2122
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.dependencies">
2123
+ <summary>Dependencies the kernel must resolve</summary>
2124
+ </member>
2125
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.constructors">
2126
+ <summary>All available constructors</summary>
2127
+ </member>
2128
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.properties">
2129
+ <summary>All potential properties that can be setted by the kernel</summary>
2130
+ </member>
2131
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.lifecycleSteps">
2132
+ <summary>Steps of lifecycle</summary>
2133
+ </member>
2134
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.parameters">
2135
+ <summary>External parameters</summary>
2136
+ </member>
2137
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.configuration">
2138
+ <summary>Configuration node associated</summary>
2139
+ </member>
2140
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.interceptors">
2141
+ <summary>Interceptors associated</summary>
2142
+ </member>
2143
+ <member name="F:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.customDependencies">
2144
+ <summary>/// Custom dependencies/// </summary>
2145
+ </member>
2146
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.#ctor(System.String,System.Type,System.Type)">
2147
+ <summary>
2148
+ Constructs a ComponentModel
2149
+ </summary>
2150
+ </member>
2151
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.Requires(System.Predicate{Castle.Core.PropertySet}[])">
2152
+ <summary>
2153
+ Requires the selected property dependencies.
2154
+ </summary>
2155
+ <param name="selectors">The property selector.</param>
2156
+ </member>
2157
+ <member name="M:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.Requires``1">
2158
+ <summary>
2159
+ Requires the property dependencies of type <typeparamref name="D"/>.
2160
+ </summary>
2161
+ <typeparam name="D">The dependency type.</typeparam>
2162
+ </member>
2163
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.Name">
2164
+ <summary>
2165
+ Sets or returns the component key
2166
+ </summary>
2167
+ </member>
2168
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.Service">
2169
+ <summary>
2170
+ Gets or sets the service exposed.
2171
+ </summary>
2172
+ <value>The service.</value>
2173
+ </member>
2174
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.Implementation">
2175
+ <summary>
2176
+ Gets or sets the component implementation.
2177
+ </summary>
2178
+ <value>The implementation.</value>
2179
+ </member>
2180
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.RequiresGenericArguments">
2181
+ <summary>
2182
+ Gets or sets a value indicating whether the component requires generic arguments.
2183
+ </summary>
2184
+ <value>
2185
+ <c>true</c> if generic arguments are required; otherwise, <c>false</c>.
2186
+ </value>
2187
+ </member>
2188
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.ExtendedProperties">
2189
+ <summary>
2190
+ Gets or sets the extended properties.
2191
+ </summary>
2192
+ <value>The extended properties.</value>
2193
+ </member>
2194
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.Constructors">
2195
+ <summary>
2196
+ Gets the constructors candidates.
2197
+ </summary>
2198
+ <value>The constructors.</value>
2199
+ </member>
2200
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.Properties">
2201
+ <summary>
2202
+ Gets the properties set.
2203
+ </summary>
2204
+ <value>The properties.</value>
2205
+ </member>
2206
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.Configuration">
2207
+ <summary>
2208
+ Gets or sets the configuration.
2209
+ </summary>
2210
+ <value>The configuration.</value>
2211
+ </member>
2212
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.LifecycleSteps">
2213
+ <summary>
2214
+ Gets the lifecycle steps.
2215
+ </summary>
2216
+ <value>The lifecycle steps.</value>
2217
+ </member>
2218
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.LifestyleType">
2219
+ <summary>
2220
+ Gets or sets the lifestyle type.
2221
+ </summary>
2222
+ <value>The type of the lifestyle.</value>
2223
+ </member>
2224
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.InspectionBehavior">
2225
+ <summary>
2226
+ Gets or sets the strategy for
2227
+ inspecting public properties
2228
+ on the components
2229
+ </summary>
2230
+ </member>
2231
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.CustomLifestyle">
2232
+ <summary>
2233
+ Gets or sets the custom lifestyle.
2234
+ </summary>
2235
+ <value>The custom lifestyle.</value>
2236
+ </member>
2237
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.CustomComponentActivator">
2238
+ <summary>
2239
+ Gets or sets the custom component activator.
2240
+ </summary>
2241
+ <value>The custom component activator.</value>
2242
+ </member>
2243
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.Interceptors">
2244
+ <summary>
2245
+ Gets the interceptors.
2246
+ </summary>
2247
+ <value>The interceptors.</value>
2248
+ </member>
2249
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.Parameters">
2250
+ <summary>
2251
+ Gets the parameter collection.
2252
+ </summary>
2253
+ <value>The parameters.</value>
2254
+ </member>
2255
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.Dependencies">
2256
+ <summary>
2257
+ Dependencies are kept within constructors and
2258
+ properties. Others dependencies must be
2259
+ registered here, so the kernel (as a matter
2260
+ of fact the handler) can check them
2261
+ </summary>
2262
+ </member>
2263
+ <member name="P:Castle.Core.ComponentModel.CustomDependencies">
2264
+ <summary>