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Chronicles is not disabling its colored output when piped to another program. #1

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zah opened this issue May 6, 2018 · 0 comments
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zah added a commit that referenced this issue Nov 3, 2021
* Log levels can be specified per sink

* The log format can now be specified at run-time

* The usage of colors can be controlled at run-time (fixes #1)

* When a log statements logs an exception, the stack trace of the
  exception will be printed in a more readable form (on multiple
  indented lines with one call stack entry per line).

  The feature is enabled only in debug builds or when explicitly
  requested with `-d:chronicles_stack_traces:on`.

* The printing of complex objects in formats `textlines` and `textblocks`
  has been improved. Type-specific overrides such as `chronicles.formatIt`
  will now affect the formatting of the object fields.

* Most log statements won't perform any allocations.
  The details depend on the logged object types.

* The type of line ending characters used by Chronicles can be
  controlled with `-d:chronicles_line_endings`. Supported values
  are 'windows', 'posix` and 'platform'.
zah added a commit that referenced this issue Nov 3, 2021
* Log levels can be specified per sink.

* The log format can now be specified at run-time.

* The usage of colors can be controlled at run-time (fixes #1).

* Use UTC timestamps by default.

* Added a new 'LocalRfcTime' timestamp scheme to preserve the old
  behavior of logging local time.

* When a log statements logs an exception, the stack trace of the
  exception will be printed in a more readable form (on multiple
  indented lines with one call stack entry per line).

  The feature is enabled only in debug builds or when explicitly
  requested with `-d:chronicles_stack_traces:on`.

* The printing of complex objects in formats `textlines` and `textblocks`
  has been improved. Type-specific overrides such as `chronicles.formatIt`
  will now affect the formatting of the object fields.

* Most log statements won't perform any allocations.
  The details depend on the logged object types.

* The type of line ending characters used by Chronicles can be
  controlled with `-d:chronicles_line_endings`. Supported values
  are 'windows', 'posix` and 'platform'.
zah added a commit that referenced this issue Nov 4, 2021
* Log levels can be specified per sink.

* The log format can now be specified at run-time.

* The usage of colors can be controlled at run-time (fixes #1).

* Use UTC timestamps by default.

* Added a new 'LocalRfcTime' timestamp scheme to preserve the old
  behavior of logging local time.

* When a log statements logs an exception, the stack trace of the
  exception will be printed in a more readable form (on multiple
  indented lines with one call stack entry per line).

  The feature is enabled only in debug builds or when explicitly
  requested with `-d:chronicles_stack_traces:on`.

* The printing of complex objects in formats `textlines` and `textblocks`
  has been improved. Type-specific overrides such as `chronicles.formatIt`
  will now affect the formatting of the object fields.

* Most log statements won't perform any allocations.
  The details depend on the logged object types.

* The type of line ending characters used by Chronicles can be
  controlled with `-d:chronicles_line_endings`. Supported values
  are 'windows', 'posix` and 'platform'.

* Some unprintable characters are now displayed as hex value

* The 'dynamic' sinks are now renamed to 'callback' to free the
  'dynamic' term for other uses.

* Updated the list of TODO items
zah added a commit that referenced this issue Nov 4, 2021
* Log levels can be specified per sink.

* The log format can now be specified at run-time.

* The usage of colors can be controlled at run-time (fixes #1).

* Use UTC timestamps by default.

* Added a new 'LocalRfcTime' timestamp scheme to preserve the old
  behavior of logging local time.

* When a log statements logs an exception, the stack trace of the
  exception will be printed in a more readable form (on multiple
  indented lines with one call stack entry per line).

  The feature is enabled only in debug builds or when explicitly
  requested with `-d:chronicles_stack_traces:on`.

* The printing of complex objects in formats `textlines` and `textblocks`
  has been improved. Type-specific overrides such as `chronicles.formatIt`
  will now affect the formatting of the object fields.

* Most log statements won't perform any allocations.
  The details depend on the logged object types.

* The type of line ending characters used by Chronicles can be
  controlled with `-d:chronicles_line_endings`. Supported values
  are 'windows', 'posix` and 'platform'.

* Some unprintable characters are now displayed as hex value

* Rename the automatically inserted 'file' property to 'src' in
  order to avoid clashes with user variables (i.e. 'file' is a
  common variable name).

* The 'dynamic' sinks are now renamed to 'callback' to free the
  'dynamic' term for other uses.

* Updated the list of TODO items
zah added a commit that referenced this issue Nov 4, 2021
* Log levels can be specified per sink.

* The log format can now be specified at run-time.

* The usage of colors can be controlled at run-time (fixes #1).

* Use UTC timestamps by default.

* Added a new 'LocalRfcTime' timestamp scheme to preserve the old
  behavior of logging local time.

* When a log statements logs an exception, the stack trace of the
  exception will be printed in a more readable form (on multiple
  indented lines with one call stack entry per line).

  The feature is enabled only in debug builds or when explicitly
  requested with `-d:chronicles_stack_traces:on`.

* The printing of complex objects in formats `textlines` and `textblocks`
  has been improved. Type-specific overrides such as `chronicles.formatIt`
  will now affect the formatting of the object fields.

* Most log statements won't perform any allocations.
  The details depend on the logged object types.

* The type of line ending characters used by Chronicles can be
  controlled with `-d:chronicles_line_endings`. Supported values
  are 'windows', 'posix` and 'platform'.

* Some unprintable characters are now displayed as hex value

* Rename the automatically inserted 'file' property to 'src' in
  order to avoid clashes with user variables (i.e. 'file' is a
  common variable name).

* The 'dynamic' sinks are now renamed to 'callback' to free the
  'dynamic' term for other uses.

* Updated the list of TODO items
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