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Discussion on: Remove all console.log() from your project in less than a minute

ayc0 profile image

That's cool!
But this has a few issues:

  • it won't work with multi line console.log,
  • it won't work if you have something else in the same line after the console,
  • it won't work with if you do something like const fn = console.log (I mean it will remove the console, but the expression will become wrong).

I'd recommend instead using AST based tools like a webpack plugin, or a eslint custom rule, to detect a CallExpression with the callee being a MemberExpression with the object being console and the property log.

suhailkakar profile image
Suhail Kakar Author

Thanks @ayc0
For multiline you need to use console\.log\(([^)]+)\);

ayc0 profile image

It still won't work for code snippet like those:

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(As it contains a closing parenthesis)