kandi X-RAY | pidcat Summary
kandi X-RAY | pidcat Summary
An update to Jeff Sharkey’s excellent [logcat color script] which only shows log entries for processes from a specific application package. During application development you often want to only display log messages coming from your app. Unfortunately, because the process ID changes every time you deploy to the phone it becomes a challenge to grep for the right thing. This script solves that problem by filtering by application package. Supply the target package as the sole argument to the python script and enjoy a more convenient development process.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Parse death message
- Match a package token
- Color a message
- Return a terminal color code
- Indent a message
- Parse the start process
- Allocate a color for a given tag
- Return a terminal color
pidcat Key Features
pidcat Examples and Code Snippets
$ fa help pidcat USAGE: fa pidcat [package-name ...] OPTIONS: --current filter logcat by current running app --clear clear the entire log before running --min-level value, -l value Minimum leve
Trending Discussions on pidcat
For the last few weeks I've been developing an app for Android using React Native, and overall the experience is pretty good, however I feel like I might be missing something. Does anyone have any pointers?
My flow is
- Start Android Studio
- Wait for build/sync
- Run app on physical device or AVD
- See the expected red screen
- Start the Metro server
- Now the app is running
pidcat com.myappto see device logs
- Make JS changes via VSCode
- Hit reload in Flipper (no hot-reloading?)
- Re-navigate to the screen I'm working on
So far it's all good other than the lack of hot-reloading. However whenever I made a change to some Java code, I need to hit Rebuild in Android Studio, and this takes quite some time usually.
Is this all normal? Perhaps I'm missing something.
Thanks in advance...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-04 at 09:49
You don't have to start Android studio.
If using Flipper, start Flipper first.
Start metro server in one terminal
react-native run-android in another terminal.
To reload type
r in the terminal with metro server.
Changes to JS side should automatically reflect in the device. ( https://reactnative.dev/docs/fast-refresh )
With react-native you shouldn't be making big changes to the native side of the codes. If reloading doesn't reflect the changes to the native side. Then close the metro server and build again.
No vulnerabilities reported
OS X: Use [Homebrew]. brew install pidcat If you need to install the latest development version brew unlink pidcat brew install --HEAD pidcat
Arch Linux : Install the package called pidcat-git from the [AUR].
Others: Download the pidcat.py and place it on your PATH.
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