A logging utility, primarily intended for use with Gulp or other Vinyl streams. Loosely inspired by
gulp-util. Why you might want to use it:
- Log lines are prefixed by time, name, and optionally severity.
- Errors are displayed verbosely, in such a way that all the important details are immediately obvious.
- Supports Vinyl (Gulp) streams - simply pipe through a logstream, and every affected file will be logged.
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Pull requests welcome. Please make sure your modifications are in line with the overall code style, and ensure that you're editing the files in
src/, not those in
Build tool of choice is
gulp; simply run
gulp while developing, and it will watch for changes.
Be aware that by making a pull request, you agree to release your modifications under the licenses stated above.
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Creates a new
- name: The name prefix that is used for each line that this logger logs.
- basePath: Optional. The root path of the project. This is used to display shorter paths when using the logger as a Vinyl stream - rather than showing the full path of the file, it will show the path relative to the project root.
- byteLimit: Defaults to
20. When the logger is used as a Vinyl stream, this is the maximum amount of bytes that will be rendered (in hexadecimal representation) for each file line.
Logs each of the provided values, much like
console.log would - but with a timestamp and logger name prefixed.
logger.log, but along with a timestamp and logger name, the line will also include the specified severity.
Returns a new Vinyl stream, that will log (and pass through) every file it receives. In a typical
gulp-cache setup, this will only include the files that were modified (even if the result stays the same).