+ [2017-07-25T23:34:42Z] jekyllrb (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻
+ [2017-07-25T23:34:42Z] jaybe ./flip
+ [2017-07-25T23:34:46Z] elmiko oh jekyllrb bot
+ [2017-07-25T23:45:38Z] elmiko jaybe: is it common to just throw debug log messages into your code while developing/debugging it?
+ [2017-07-26T00:33:52Z] jaybe the brown cow

message no. 170189

Posted by jaybe in #jekyll at 2017-07-26T00:34:07Z

s/"brown cow"/"green cat and open spaces"/
+ [2017-07-26T00:34:08Z] jekyllrb For the record, jaybe meant: the brown cow
+ [2017-07-26T00:34:12Z] jaybe ;\
+ [2017-07-26T00:34:42Z] jaybe elmiko, there are many different ways to go about providing debugging, tracking, verbosity, etc.
+ [2017-07-26T00:35:25Z] jaybe when i'm developing a new framework i often use html comments, for example, within different includes and templates... at the top and at the bottom, that specifically identify within the HTML raw source-- what's happening, what's doing what, etc.
+ [2017-07-26T00:36:01Z] jaybe something enlightening if you've not forayed there is to try something simple such as within a post or page: {{ page }}