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Create a simple and more understandable Android logs.

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Create a simple and more understandable Android logs.


android.util.Log is the most usable library of the Android. But, when the app released on the market, some important information is clearly forgotten by the developer. All logs are disabled by DebugLog when the app is released.

And plus, it provides more understandable DDMS logs for developers.


Traditional android.util.Log usage:
public static final String TAG = "MyApp or MyClass name";

void myFunc(){ android.util.Log.i(TAG, "my message"); }

Generally, this logs location forgotten after first day:) if the location hasn't been defined in log message. Add LibDebugLog as a library to your project and you are good to go.

DebugLog usage:
void myFunc(){
    DebugLog.e("simple log from myFunc()");

no tags, and no any information. Just write your logs.

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Android Studio

if you use Android Studio, all logs are disabled by DebugLog when the build variant is set 'release'



if you use Eclipse, all logs are disabled by DebugLog when the generated new signed apk.

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repositories {
    maven {
        url ""
dependencies {
    compile 'com.github.MustafaFerhan:DebugLog:v1.0'




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