author Ben Turner <>
Sat, 09 Feb 2013 17:59:47 +0000
changeset 121507 ad49bd35d558686f74d72f86717878117636da59
parent 120628 a874d2756f6530a8ee7c8dc6dbcb7102944d5127
child 137084 6d349e5ae0eddf527a64152222316e3135df15fc
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 835698 - 'Pre-open() and send the fd for app process's'. r=jduell.

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# console #

The `console` object enables your add-on to log messages. If you have started
the host application for your add-on from the command line (for example, by
executing `cfx run` or `cfx test`) then these messages appear in the command
shell you used. If the add-on has been installed in the host application, then
the messages appear in the host application's
[Error Console](

The `console` object has the following methods:

<code>console.**log**(*object*[, *object*, ...])</code>

Logs an informational message to the shell.
Depending on the console's underlying implementation and user interface,
you may be able to introspect into the properties of non-primitive objects
that are logged.

<code>console.**info**(*object*[, *object*, ...])</code>

A synonym for `console.log()`.

<code>console.**warn**(*object*[, *object*, ...])</code>

Logs a warning message.

<code>console.**error**(*object*[, *object*, ...])</code>

Logs an error message.

<code>console.**debug**(*object*[, *object*, ...])</code>

Logs a debug message.


Logs the given exception instance as an error, outputting information
about the exception's stack traceback if one is available.


Logs a stack trace at the point this function is called.