[ANN] ResponseLogger Plugin

http://www.agilewebdevelopment.com/plugins/responselogger

From the README:

Ever wondered what exactly Rails returned in an RJS response ? Here’s
your chance to see it:

===> text/javascript (49 bytes)
Element.replace(‘target’, ‘It works!’);

<===

== ResponseLogger

Logging the response value is easy. Simply install the plugin and it
works. The plugin will not log the response body in non-development
mode.

== Installation

Nothing could be simpler:

$ script/plugin source svn://svn.teksol.info/svn/rails/plugins
$ script/plugin install response-logger

Alternatively, you can install using +svn:externals+ by doing:

$ script/plugin source svn://svn.teksol.info/svn/rails/plugins
$ script/plugin install -x response-logger

== License

This plugin is released under the MIT License.

I hope someone finds this useful.

Bye !

looks good. ill check it out

another option in step with this would be to use Firebug
(getfirebug.com)
which is a plugin for Firefox that can show all headers and responses
sent
via XHR/AJAX. no logging, but it’s right there, in-line with your
browser

ed

On Jul 25, 2006, at 4:43 PM, Francois B. wrote:

I hope someone finds this useful.

Bye !

François Beausoleil
http://blog.teksol.info/

Hey Francois-

Very nice idea. I think it will be very useful. Thanks!

Cheers-
-Ezra_______________________________________________
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