Often you need to collect additional data in order to successfully identify the bug in your application. You write ("log") additional useful information (events) into a single file ("log"), which is then attached to bug report. It is called "logging" (the act of keeping a log).
There are two engines in EurekaLog which you may use for logging purposes:
Alternatively, you may use 3rd party logging frameworks.
Build date: 2022-03-28
Last edited: 2022-03-07
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