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From "Patrick Mueller (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (CB-612) Add support for native remoteInspector logging
Date Wed, 30 May 2012 13:23:22 GMT


Patrick Mueller commented on CB-612:

I'm mid-way through getting a better console into Cordova.

The current plan, for iOS, is to implement a console object that both delegates to the original
console, and writes to the new Logger plugin.  With the sprintf() style expansion.  I may
be able to squeeze this in for 1.8.  

There are some additional plans, if you check the related bugs, on other platforms.

Sorry about the pull requests - there's some magic whereby an email will show up in our list
for pull requests, but that's the extent of the magic.  We can't actually accept them, and
the only thing to do - eventually - is for the submitter to close them.  I either missed the
pull request on the list, or it never made it to the list (broken magic).  In any case, I
think I have this functionality in the base at this point, so don't see the need to pull the

re: the unsupported remote inspector with the iOS 5.x simulator - I think you will find -
but I'm not 100% sure - that the console just simply does not work there.  There's a few other
things that don't work as well.  Even once we have the new console going (and delegating to
the original console), it's STILL not going to show up in the remote web inspector.

> Add support for native remoteInspector logging
> ----------------------------------------------
>                 Key: CB-612
>                 URL:
>             Project: Apache Cordova
>          Issue Type: Sub-task
>          Components: iOS
>            Reporter: Olivier Louvignes
>            Assignee: Patrick Mueller
>              Labels: debugging, ios
> Currently, when using the awesome remote debugger provided by apple (connecting on localhost:9999
with safari) with :
> // enable remote debugging
> [NSClassFromString(@"WebView") _enableRemoteInspector];
> #endif
> I do not get any console log/warn/error output. I guess it is caused by the Xcode logging
> The remote webinspector is really superior to Weinre currently as it does provide realtime
dom inspection (weinre only displays initial dom, not what was built by Sencha Touch for instance).
> Also I've seen that you have made some progress on error tracing (CB-535), this would
be also awesome as it is a really major issue. Since playing with api's that can't be debugged
via a desktop Webkit is a real nightmare today.

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