What does this plugin do?
This plugin is very simple, and only 23 lines of code in total, it changes your log file from proxy.log.0 to proxy.log.<timestamp>
Every time you stop the proxy server, it will rename the file for you.
How does it work?
It's very simple, it just gets the log file when the server disables, then renames it to the new name.
Again, this is simple too, just drop the plugin into your /plugins/ folder, and it will work straight out the box!
Note: the file sizes are so small because I only had the proxy running for a few seconds, this plugin does not reduce the size of your logs. Just simply renames them for easier reading use.
But, what is this useful for then?
Well, if you've ever been like me, and you've got logs the same size of BungeeCord it's self, and you've ever wanted to find one line, it's a nightmare. So, this plugin will rename the logs into easier-to-read logs, with a timestamp so all you have to do is remember the time, and then look through that log.
Not really. The plugin is very simple, and there isn't a lot more I can say.
If you have any suggestions, please leave them in the discussion, else wise, I'm planning adding a small config so you can change where to save the file(s) to.
- Project will soon be on GitHub @ https://github.com/ItsJamesJ -