• Curious about BINKIT Behavior

    From Dream Master@VERT/CAUGHT to All on Sunday, March 13, 2022 03:10:07
    Is there a way to increase the level of logging for binkit events? I am still seeing packets inside of outbound and outbox directories following, I hope, transmission.

    Thank you in advance.

    Brian Klauss <-> Dream Master
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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Dream Master on Sunday, March 13, 2022 13:14:12
    Re: Curious about BINKIT Behavior
    By: Dream Master to All on Sun Mar 13 2022 03:10 am

    Is there a way to increase the level of logging for binkit events? I am still seeing packets inside of outbound and outbox directories following, I hope, transmission.

    You can increase your log level to "Debug" level. Beyond that, you can add log lines to exec/binkit.js or load/binkp.js that might tell you what you're looking to know.
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  • From Dream Master@VERT/CAUGHT to Digital Man on Monday, March 14, 2022 09:19:57
    Re: Curious about BINKIT Behavior
    By: Digital Man to Dream Master on Sun Mar 13 2022 01:14 pm

    You can increase your log level to "Debug" level. Beyond that, you can add log lines to exec/binkit.js or load/binkp.js that might tell you what you're looking to know.

    That worked. Thank you.

    Brian Klauss <-> Dream Master
    Caught in a Dream | caughtinadream.com a Synchronet BBS

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