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github milesj / boost / packages / core / src / Tool.ts View on Github external
},
      {
        name: this.constructor.name,
      },
    );

    this.appPath = Path.resolve(this.options.appPath);
    this.rootPath = Path.resolve(this.options.root);

    // Set environment variables
    env('DEBUG_GLOBAL_NAMESPACE', this.options.appName);

    // Core debugger, logger, and translator for the entire tool
    this.debug = createDebugger('core');

    this.log = createLogger();

    this.msg = createTranslator(
      ['app', 'errors'],
      [
        new Path(__dirname, '../res'),
        this.appPath.append('res'),
        // TODO Remove in 2.0
        this.appPath.append('resources'),
      ],
      {
        // TODO Change to yaml in 2.0
        resourceFormat: 'json',
      },
    );

    // eslint-disable-next-line global-require

@boost/log

Lightweight level based logging system.

MIT
Latest version published 4 months ago

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