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console-patch

console-patch

monkeypatches all console.* methods and lets you intercept the arguments. does not break the console methods, they will still work, you just get a copy of their arguments whenever they are called

NPM

installation

npm install console-patch --save

usage

use in server or browser with browserify

var patch = require('console-patch')
 
var intercepted = []
 
console.log('hi')
 
patch(function onConsoleCall(args) {
  intercepted.push(args)
})
 
console.log('bye')
 
// intercepted === {method: 'log', arguments: ['bye']} 

in the above example both console.log still print to the normal console