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Debug option at plugins

See original GitHub issue

Issue Description

Just an idea:

Currently the plugins have 4 lines of console log each if everything goes without any errors:

[SearchIndex] Compiling file public/wp-search.json
[SearchIndex] Successfully fetched posts from http://xxxxxxxxx/graphql
[SearchIndex] Created directory ./public
[SearchIndex] Successfully wrote file to public/wp-search.json

Making a total of 12 lines if all plugins are passed. I was thinking that maybe is a good idea to just log 1 line (per plugin) if everthing goes as supossed, something like: Successfully created: wp-search.json.

In order to not lose all the useful console logs, we can grab a new boolean variable debug at each plugin:

const { env, outputDirectory, outputName, debug = false } = nextConfig;

And set all console logs with an && operator based on that debug variable.

debug && console.log('....')

Like so, by default only one line is logged (a new final log added after plugin.postcreate, not conditional). The errors will still work as they are handle as throw new Error. Also in case is needed, we can pass the variable debug = true at next.config.js and activate all the logs accross the code.


What do you think?

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 2 years ago
  • Comments:5 (3 by maintainers)

github_iconTop GitHub Comments

colbyfayockcommented, Nov 30, 2020

yup sounds great, thanks

GuilleAngulocommented, Nov 29, 2020

Exactly. I can take care of this one if you like the idea

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