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console-debug

0.4.2 • Public • Published



What it does

Replaces your console object with a more stylish and practical way of displaying notices,warn,info,debug,log and errors.
It automagically shows you the line number and filename where the command was executed, along with a timestamp.
There is also the ability to catch uncaughtExceptions, disable the output colors, and log to file.
You can also setup filters if you want to hide certain debug message types.

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Changelog

https://github.com/michaeldegroot/console-debug/commits/master


Getting Started

1. Start by installing the package:
npm install console-debug
2. Load the code
var Debug = require('console-debug')
 
var console = new Debug({
    uncaughtExceptionCatch: false,                   // Do we want to catch uncaughtExceptions?
    consoleFilter:          ['LOG', 'WARN'],         // Filter these console output types
    logToFile:              true,                    // if true, will put console output in a log file folder called 'logs'
    logFilter:              ['LOG','DEBUG','INFO'],  // Examples: Filter these types to not log to file
    colors:                 true                     // do we want pretty pony colors in our console output?
})
3. Do awesome stuff!
console.log("I am a log!")
console.warn("I am a warn!")
console.error("I am a error!")
console.debug("I am a debug!")
console.info("I am a info!")
 
// can also display objects
obj = {
    test1: [1,2,3,4],
    test3: ["ohai","there"],
    test4: true
}
console.log(obj)

Contact

You can contact me at specamps@gmail.com

install

npm i console-debug

Downloadsweekly downloads

196

version

0.4.2

license

MIT

homepage

github.com

repository

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