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A transport for winston that sends log messages to gulplog.
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winston-gulplog for use in your project please run the following command:
yarn add [--dev] winston-gulplog
If you already have a winston logger instance, called
logger, you can add the
winston-gulplog transport like so:
const Gulplog = ;logger;
It can also be added at the time a new winston logger is instantiated:
const Gulplog = ;const logger =transports:;
Now, when logging to your winston instance, any message sent to a log level will be sent to the same log level for
gulplog. Please keep in mind that any metadata sent to your winston instance will not be sent to
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