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From Steven Gill <>
Subject Re: CDVLogger went away in master
Date Tue, 02 Jul 2013 03:35:41 GMT

I actually thought we were leaving logger in core and not pulling out the
console plugin. I at least marked it on jira We should probably discuss
if this is something that we want to pull out into its own plugin.
CDVLogger is the reason console.log works for iOS. A case can be made to it
in core just so developers get that by default.

On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 4:43 PM, Tyler Wilson <>wrote:

> First, I know I should likely not be using 'master', but a named branch
> like '2.9.x', but I cannot seem to wrangle git into doing this for me.
> With that out of the way, I just did a git pull on the my locally cloned,
> read-only repo. According to the last commit message - "Remove CDVLogger
> (moved out to cordova-plugin-console)" - it appears the CDVLogger has been
> removed. Which explains the CDVLogger.h/m going away. But I also now get a
> message like this for every log:
> 2013-07-01 19:02:07.042 PRUniversal[5873:c07] ERROR: Plugin 'Logger' not
> found, or is not a CDVPlugin. Check your plugin mapping in config.xml.
> 2013-07-01 19:02:07.042 PRUniversal[5873:c07] -[CDVCommandQueue
> executePending] [Line 116] FAILED pluginJSON = [
>   "INVALID",
>   "Logger",
>   "logLevel",
>   [
>     "LOG",
>     "onPageChange()"
>   ]
> ]
> Perhaps the commit can contain a more detailed message stating what should
> be done instead of the CDVLogger option. It mentions CDVConsole, but I see
> not source for this in the CordovaLib project either.
> Help please.
> Thank you,
> Tyler

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