Visual Decorations: Highlights console log calls with a solid border and distinct background color to make them stand out in your code.
Workspace-wide Check: Includes a command consolebegone.checkWorkspace to check for console log calls across your entire workspace, ensuring no debug line is left behind.
Customizable Appearance: Despite having a default styling, decorations can be customized to fit various themes or personal preferences.
How to Use
Installation: Simply install the extension from the Visual Studio Code Marketplace.
On Save: The extension automatically highlights console log calls in your code upon saving files.
Manual Check: Use the command consolebegone.checkWorkspace from the Command Palette (Ctrl+Shift+P or Cmd+Shift+P) to scan your entire workspace for console log calls.
View Decorations: Once detected, console logs will be visually decorated, making them easy to identify.
ConsoleBeGone tackles the common issue of leftover console logs in production code. It saves time and effort in code reviews and helps maintain a clean codebase, making it an essential tool for both individual developers and teams.
Feedback and Contributions
Your feedback is valuable in making ConsoleBeGone more effective. Feel free to contribute or report issues on our GitHub repository.