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golog - A high-performant Logging Foundation for Go Applications


golog is a simple, fast and easy-to-use level-based logger written entirely in GoLang.Navigate through _examples and integrations to learn if that fair solution suits your needs.

console-log-level - The most simple logger imaginable


A dead simple logger. Will log to STDOUT or STDERR depending on the chosen log level. It uses console.info, console.warn and console.error and hence supports the same API.Log levels supported: trace, debug, info, warn, error and fatal.




consolify - Turn your browser window into a console and run Node modules via Browserify


Generate standalone HTML pages that turn the browser window into a console.If --reload is given, a HEAD request is made every second to check whether the file was updated. This requires a web server that sends the Last-Modified header. Learn more in the browser-reload documentation.

mute - Politely tells stdout and stderr to shut the heck up for a moment.


Politely tells one or more streams to shut the heck up for a moment by temporarily reassigning their write methods. Useful when testing noisey modules which lack verbosity options. Mutes stdout and stderr by default.Accepts one or more streams or arrays of streams, mutes them all, and returns a function to unmute them.

node-multispinner - Multiple, simultaneous, individually controllable spinners for concurrent tasks in Node


node-multispinner is a Node.js module for managing multiple progress indicators (spinners) in CLI apps. This module is especially useful for apps that benefit from simultaneous async task execution (e.g. with Promise.all[]), as it enables live updating individual spinners, in any order, while other spinners continue spinning. Node.js 4.0 or newer is required.Install and require as a standard Node module.


strip-chromium-logs - strips chromium logs from a stream


Strips Chromium logs from a stream, mainly useful for cleaning up Electron's process.stderr stream.Returns a duplexer stream which ignores Chromium-looking logs (which can span several lines) but allows other lines to pass through.

straggler - aggregate text streams


All nodes are authenticated with public key pairs.Now you should see "beep boop" appear on the viewer command.

shell-pack - pack and unpack stdout and stderr in a binary-efficient way


In a real setting you would serialize the results in between piping the processes together.Pack and multiplex the output from streams ps into a readable strem rs.

dupsh - pipe together two shell commands full duplex


Piping together 2 processes full duplex is very handy for testing symmetric and peer to peer protocols because you can use the same program for both sides of the connection. Otherwise you would need to spin up a tcp server and client or otherwise clutter up your program with transport implementation details.and the stderr from both programs falls through.

node-tweet-cli - Start making tweets from your bash, zsh, whatever!


Small node.js cli tool that allows to tweet from bash, zsh, whatever..You will be able to use tweet command in your shell.

ttys - Guaranteed read and write streams to the terminal


This micro module provides tty.ReadStream and tty.WriteStream instances to the user's terminal, even when the regular stdin or stdout streams are already being piped to other commands.Suppose you want to provide a curl | node command to your users.

fmt - Command line output formatting.


Note: this library is considered stable. It hasn't been changed much since 2012 yet it is still being used across the npm ecosystem. If you don't see any updates, it isn't because it is unmaintained but because it just works. Raise an issue for bug fixes or feature requests. Makes a double line on the screen which is 79 chars long.

node-logbook - A simple, unobtrusive logger for Node


A simple, unobtrusive logger for Node. Nothing fancy - logs all data that passes through process.stdout (console.log) and process.stderr (console.error).

multiview - Spawn multiple processes and channel their outputs into separate little column views.


Spawn multiple processes and channel their outputs into separate little column views. The CLI tool can spawn multiple processes and will separate their outputs into columns. Just execute the cli command multiview and place each sub-command into its own square brackets [].