replace the console object to prepend the file and line number, time, show in colors
Extends the native Node.JS
console object to prefix logging functions
with the CallSite information.
To read more about runtime stack trace introspection you can refer to this article.
var myconsole = ;myconsole;myconsole;myconsole;myconsole;
Sometimes the err is not a
Error instance but an object,
console.log(err.stack) will fail, maybe you want
inspect this object.
Sometimes, callback function could be very simple, just an dummy function or log function.
You can replace origin console
and restore to origin console
require('myconsole').replace();console.log('replaced with myconsole');console.restore();console.log('restore to origin');console.replace();console.log('replaced with myconsole again');
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