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Logtrail

Logtrail is an ambitious general-purpose logging module for Node.js. The current objectives for logtrail include:

  • Custom Log Types: Add your own log type - or don't - the default ones work pretty well for most scenarios.
  • Colors and Timestamps: Fancy log entries - or not - it can be disabled.
  • Loglevels and Thresholding: Depending on the environment, certain log types might not need to be printed.
  • Writing Logs to Files: A must have feature for any logger!
  • Custom Callbacks: Send logs to Papertrail or any other TCP destination.
  • Default Logger: Hijack the native console.log, console.err and console.warn

TODO (Transitional)

  • add capability: write to files (strip colors)
  • add capability: set loglevel without reconfiguring
  • add capability: extend log types
  • write test: logtrail core

Usage

var logtrail = require('logtrail');

logtrail.configure({
	timestamp: true,
	stacktrace: true,
	loglevel: 'info'
});

// loglevels:
// fatal
// error
// warn
// info
// trace
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