How to use the caterpillar.cliColor function in caterpillar

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github docpad / docpad / lib / interfaces / console.js View on Github external
(function() {
  var ConsoleInterface, DocPad, cliColor,
    __bind = function(fn, me){ return function(){ return fn.apply(me, arguments); }; },
    __hasProp = {}.hasOwnProperty;

  cliColor = require('caterpillar').cliColor;

  DocPad = require(__dirname + '/../docpad');

  ConsoleInterface = (function() {

    ConsoleInterface.name = 'ConsoleInterface';

    function ConsoleInterface(_arg) {
      this.docpad = _arg.docpad, this.program = _arg.program;
      this.selectSkeletonCallback = __bind(this.selectSkeletonCallback, this);

    }

    ConsoleInterface.prototype.start = function() {
      var actionCompleted, actionDescription, actionName, actions, addAction, applyConfiguration, docpad, logger, me, program;
      me = this;

caterpillar

Caterpillar is the ultimate logging system for Deno, Node.js, and Web Browsers. Log levels are implemented to the RFC standard. Log entries can be filtered and piped to various streams, including coloured output to the terminal, the browser's console, and

MIT
Latest version published 1 year ago

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