timberkt - Easy Android logging with Kotlin and Timber

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Jake Wharton's Timber library is great. It's a Java library with an API that works well for Java, but that isn't as idiomatic when used in Kotlin. This library builds on Timber with an API that's easier to use from Kotlin. Instead of using formatting parameters, you pass a lambda that is only evaluated if the message is logged.

https://github.com/ajalt/timberkt

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