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.. image:: ../images/logging-preferences.jpg
By default, the log level is set to ``WARN``. That should be enough for general use, and it should still provide
-some useful information in the event of an error. Naturally, you are free to change the log level at any time -- remember, though, that increasing logging may noticeably decrease performance.
+some useful information in the event of an error. Naturally, you are free to change the log level at any time --
+remember, though, that increasing logging may noticeably decrease performance.
All logging information is stored in a ``scala-ide.log`` file located in the ``${workspace}/.metadata/.plugins/org.scala-ide.sdt.core/``
-directory, where ``${workspace}`` is the directory provided when starting up Eclipse -- i.e., your Eclipse workspace. This file can grow up
-to 10MB, at which point it automatically rolls over. You can easily check the log's contents at any time by clicking on the link at the bottom of the ``Logging`` preferences page.
+directory, where ``${workspace}`` is the directory provided when starting up Eclipse -- i.e., your Eclipse workspace.
+This file can grow up to 10MB, at which point it automatically rolls over. You can easily check the log's contents at
+any time by clicking on the link at the bottom of the ``Logging`` preferences page.
-Should you so desire, you can also output all log messages directly to the terminal. Be aware that in order to do so you must start Eclipse from the command line. For example, you can start Eclipse from the command line with the following on Mac OSX:
+Should you so desire, you can also output all log messages directly to the terminal. Be aware that in order to do so
+you must start Eclipse from the command line. For example, you can start Eclipse from the command line with the
+following on Mac OSX:
.. code-block:: bash
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