Aug 20 2008
In the previous post (on the iPhone Developer Tips blog) I demonstrated a simple debug class that I wrote to wrap some additional code around NSLog. The code allows for displaying additional information beyond the date/time stamp and process ID that NSLog outputs, specifically, the filename which calls the debug routine, and the line number where the call was invoked. I also added a few additional configuration options including an option to disable all debug messages.
You can read the rest of the tip on the iPhone Developer Tips blog.