Simple Logger

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Heiko
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Re: Simple Logger

Post by Heiko »

I haven't looked at this script yet, but I'd like to include it in the main release. My questions:
Is it ready?
Do you want to include it into the main release?

Wyd
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Re: Simple Logger

Post by Wyd »

I honestly can't think of any thing else to add that can't be done with whats already there, so in sense, its ready.

Give me a day or two to really test it out and make sure I haven't done anything stupid with this latest version, and once thats done, its good to go.

Edit: Turns out I did..fixing it now...

Wyd
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Re: Simple Logger

Post by Wyd »

Fixed a whole bunch of stupid errors...

Should all be working as advertised now!

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Vadi
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Re: Simple Logger

Post by Vadi »

I'd be nice to have a utility function to force flush a file, so one doesn't have to wait until the buffer auto-writes again if they want to check the latest piece of the log.

Wyd
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Re: Simple Logger

Post by Wyd »

Can do... Though CloseFile will flush it, and the script opening the file again after will take a negligable amount of time

syrik
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Re: Simple Logger

Post by syrik »

am I supposed to be able to import this? Or am I just supposed to copy/paste into an alias.

Wyd
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Re: Simple Logger

Post by Wyd »

Yup, just go to the Triggers/Alias screen, click import, and import in the XML file

syrik
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Re: Simple Logger

Post by syrik »

hrm, not letting me import (can't click on it). Thanks for the help.

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tsuujin
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Re: Simple Logger

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So does this capture what goes to the screen, or just what comes in from the game (like the built in logger does)? I'd like to be able to log what I actually see after all the triggers and so forth have done their thing.

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Vadi
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Re: Simple Logger

Post by Vadi »

screendump script captures what goes on the screen. This one captures like the built-in does.

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