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[REMOVED] ChatScribe

Comments in 'Plugin Releases' started by aliuly, Jun 8, 2015.

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  1. aliuly
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    aliuly submitted a new plugin:

    ChatScribe - Logs chat and commands to file

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    Awesome :D But can you add an option for BOTH file and server at the same time?
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    Cool :)
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    Why would you want to do that?
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    So I can watch from console and have it saved to file..
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    With Pockemine (and without any plugins), everything you watch on the console is saved to a file called "server.log".
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    Oh yeah, thanks :D
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    So how about adding a review then?
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    But... that also logs stuff like plugins starting up.. so it gets harder to find stuff
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    Done :)
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    So? Just load the stupid file into a program and do a search....

    If you are on Linux you can simply use "grep".
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    I mean that it's harder to look through it, not for anything in particular
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    This is how I do it, I open the file, search for the time stamp that I am looking for (usually I pick a few moments before the actual time period I am interested), and there you are.

    This is actually better because then you can see what the console what was showing as a result of the commands that were entered. (For example, the command, and the debug trace caused right after).
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    And if you are on Windows, you would find that you can hardly find a program that doesn't lag when you search through a probably 3 GB log file (yes that is possible).
    BTW, what about adding an automatic logrotate functionality to the plugin?
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    For the file target is possible but the main logger it is not. You need to close the file handle.

    Btw if you have plenty of memory 3 gb is no problem.
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    I'm on a Mac and I have 16 GB of RAM :D
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    I mean file logger of course :p
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    I don't see how we can log it in-game like I said in my review Can you tell me how?
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    What do you mean exactly?
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    Like when a player types in a command is there any way I could get what he wrote in-game?
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