In wrapper.js function log, I tweaked the log format to have a basic timestamp.
console.log('[\x1B[' + csi + 'm' + level.toUpperCase() + '\x1B[0m] ' + msg + ' | ' + new Date())
I often want to sanity check that my latest code has really been loaded and I find myself killing the node-dev process "just in case" when I'm worried maybe it hasn't restarted recently enough. A timestamp would give me more confidence that everything is working as it should.
optionally log a timestamp upon restarts. closes #52