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Adding Powerful Logging With CocoaLumberjack

Logging is an integral part of my debugging workflow and it's therefore something I invest time in to get right. Swift's print(_:separator:terminator:) function works fine, but it isn't ideal for debugging issues. To use logging effectively in a debugging workflow, you need a powerful and flexible solution.

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