@nexssp/logdebug

    1.0.20 • Public • Published

    @nexssp/logdebug

    15.01.2022 Upgrade - Now works also with import as module.

    News

    • New 1.0.17: tracking functions. --debug:all or --debug:tracker more below

    More

    Note: 1.0.15 Now by default all logs and debug funcs goes to stdout - except error one. To move all of them to stderr: --output:stderr

    Note: 1.0.12+ Now header function is size of terminal window.

    Note: 1.0.11+ See new time functions below ..

    Easy loging/debuging. Going to stderr if --debug. You can change from stderr to stdout easy by another option --debug:stdout. You can disable logs just by adding --quiet. Maybe you need just debug information, combine it with --quiet --debug.

    Debug and Log functions and colors

    Nexss Log and Debug functions

    Parameters

    This library is designed just to use cli process.argv directly.

    • yourprogram.js --debug # will display debugging information, without it won't.
    • yourprogram.js --debug:stdout # will pipe to stdout.
    • yourprogram.js --quiet # will hide logs information

    Examples

    note: below must be run with --debug or --debug:stdio . if you add --quiet, logs will not be displayed.

    const log = require('@nexssp/log')
    const { bold } = require('@nexssp/ansi')
    // You can display debug infor by --debug or --debug:stdout
    log.dy('\t Debug yellow: ' + bold('log.dy'))
    log.dr('\t Debug red: ' + bold('log.dr'))
    log.dg('\t Debug green: ' + bold('log.dg'))
    log.di('\t Debug bold: ' + bold('log.di'))
    log.db('\t Debug blue: ' + bold('log.db'))
    log.du('\t Debug underscore: ' + bold('log.du'))
    
    // You can bellow hide by --quiet
    log.warn('\t Warning message ' + bold('log.warn'))
    log.error('\t error message ' + bold('log.error'))
    log.info('\t info message ' + bold('log.info'))
    log.success('sucess message ' + bold('log.success'))
    log.ok('\t ok message ' + bold('log.ok'))
    log.trace('\t trace message ' + bold('log.trace'))

    Time options (1.0.11+)

    --debug:ms

    displays time from the begining.

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    --debug:diff

    Displays difference between each log.

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    Usage of tracker

    External Usage

    const o = {
      run, // tracker will be only added to the functions
      start,
      var1, //Will not be added, only functions
    }
    const { applyTracker } = require('@nexssp/logdebug/tracker')
    applyTracker(o, null)

    Composite

    const { functionTracker } = require('../tracker')
    function myComposite(a, b, { option1, option2 } = {}) {
      const _a = a
      const _b = b
    
      const trackFunction = functionTracker('mytitle')
    
      let myfunc2 = (param2) => {
        console.log(`${_b}`, param2)
      }
    
      let myfunc1 = (param1) => {
        console.log(`${_a}: ${param1}`)
        myfunc2(`${_a}: ${param1}`, 'works!')
      }
    
      myfunc1 = trackFunction(myfunc1)
      myfunc2 = trackFunction(myfunc2)
    
      let o = {
        myfunc1,
        myfunc2,
      }
      // applyTracker(o)
    
      return o
    }
    
    const compo = myComposite(1, 'string')
    compo.myfunc1(1, 2, 3)
    compo.myfunc2(1, 2, 3)

    Install

    npm i @nexssp/logdebug

    Homepage

    nexss.com

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    204

    Version

    1.0.20

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    11.8 kB

    Total Files

    6

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    Collaborators

    • nexss