I understand the reasons behind this change (according to the comments
in the code), but it's kind of a b/c breaker in this kind of use
Is this change irreversible? Is there anything that can be done to
restore this behaviour? It seems to me that it is a benefit to expect
the log4php ini files behave exactly as the php ini files (or it
should be documented otherwise if they ARE NOT php ini files from
2.2.0 and up).
I'm willing to work on a patch but I wanted to ask first if there is
any consensus about this that I should be aware of.
Thanks in advance,
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