Which String.contains() variant should you use, and how can you give access to regex searching? More answers coded in Swift 3.1.
Stop wasting time wading through hundreds of hits: refine your text searches using regex, as supported by many Mac apps.
Different search and filter tools have different purposes – as demonstrated by exploring the log using Consolation 3. Regex at work!
How to breeze through the startup process log using new tools in Consolation 3.
Filters are here: Consolation can now apply simple text filters, or regular expressions (regex) to refine your log browsing.
Make your log browsing more colourful, and as a result far easier to read.
Let Consolation 3 colour your log extracts: it makes a huge difference in reading and understanding them.
A crashing app points out the problems of using functions that return values of ‘Any’ type. Here’s one solution.
Now adds your own output styles to custom predicates, so that you only view the log information that you want.
Creating a drop-down sheet to let the user change preference settings is a bit intricate, but straightforward.