CLog is a flexible Unity logging framework based upon the highly popular open source project .NET Common Logging. CLog provides a powerful and generic wrapper around an included or custom logger, allowing loggers to be freely exchanged. Available loggers include Unity Console, In-Game Console, and the powerful NLog logger (Separate product). The In-Game Console allows you to debug from inside your game while the Unity Console will enhance your familiar debugging experience. From the GUI, loggers can be configured to inject information such as associated class, calling method, timestamp, log level, and exception message.
CLog can be configured to have a different logger for each platform. You could configure CLog to use UnityConsole in editor, the In-Game Console on XBox, and exclude logging for mobile devices. Every facet of CLog can be configured via the intuitive and comprehensive Unity Editor GUI. The configuration is stored an XML, which completely separates the GUI from CLog runtime.
CLog can improve performance by compiling out your logging statements on unselected platforms or logging levels. A log tester is built into to the GUI to help you verify and tweak your configurations. The available logging levels are Trace, Debug, Info, Warning, Error, Fatal, and Assert. CLog extensibility makes it easy to create new targets. Automatically instantiate CLog in new scripts using the AiUnity flagship product ScriptBuilder (Automatically generate any Unity script).
-Total control over logging during development through a comprehensive Unity Editor GUI.
-Log message levels are Trace, Debug, Info, Warning, Error, Fatal, and Assert.
-Log message API overloads allow format arguments to eliminating the need to use string.
-Control what messaging level is enable for each platform independently.
-Ability to assign a different logger for each platform.
-Logging statements on unselected platforms/levels are compiled out of existence.
-Adapters provided for loggers UnityConsole logger, In-Game logger, Null logger, and NLog logger.
-Ideal for Asset or Library projects because it is lightweight, dynamic configurable, and freely distributed.
-Configure CLog via the Unity Editor GUI which includes edit access to the underlying XML.
-A log tester is built into to the GUI so you can verify the configurations.
-Retain the ability to double click log messages to take you to GameObject and source code line.
-GUI themed for light and dark skin.
-Easily extend CLog by adding custom targets for your log messages.
-Highly extendible with full source code provided.
-Dynamically switch between using CLog source code or DLLs.
-Timeless asset in that logging will always be a fundamental debug tool.
-Support for all platforms.
-Works with AiUnity products ScriptBuilder, NLog, and MultipleTags.
-Dedicated website and forum available for support issues.
-Tested on .NET 3.5, 4.6, and standard.
-Full source code provided.
-Bug fixes and cross platform support.
-Support Unity 2018.1 and .NET standard