I'm trying to write a userscript and I have it writing to console.log so I can see why when something goes wrong. However, the console log routinely hides most of what I … (Lesen Sie mehr)
I'm trying to write a userscript and I have it writing to console.log so I can see why when something goes wrong. However, the console log routinely hides most of what I write to it. I can plainly see that, even though the script executes from the beginning, the log starts somewhere in the middle of the script execution, and vital information that I *NEED* is always cut off "above the fold".
I would be willing to settle for:
1.) Seeing ALL the console log entries my script writes, not just the small subset Firefox decides to show me
2.) Logging to a file instead of the console
3.) Using a remote logging service, if there is a free one that works (IE not Loggly).
4.) Running a webserver on my computer and logging via remote calls to that
5.) A way to use JSON.stringify to append the log to tags in the open web page... I actually had this working, but Firefox logs objects as "[object object]" so I can't see them. I already know they're objects, I need to see what they contain!
Any of these would work for me. I just need to be able to look at the log and see the order the various parts of my scripts executed in.
What would NOT work for me is: