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Opens a log file.
View list of data type meanings
long OpenLog(BSTR LogFileName, BOOL Append);
This opens a log file of the name "LogFileName", with optional appending to an existing file of the same name. No previous output lines are written (as may happen when you use the ‘open log’ dialog box), nor is a log-file preamble written. If you want to write those things to the script file, you must do them yourself (see WriteLog).
If an empty filename is supplied (that is, "") then the filename specified in the Logging configuration will be used, which lets you use substitutions in the name of the file (eg. the date).
world.openlog "mylog.txt", false
OpenLog ("mylog.txt", false)
The Append flag is optional, and defaults to false.
View list of return code meanings
eOK: opened OK
eCouldNotOpenLogFile: unable to open the log file
eLogFileAlreadyOpen: log file was already open
See Also ...
(CloseLog) Closes the log file
(FlushLog) Flushes the log file to disk
(IsLogOpen) Tests to see if a log file is open
(LogInput) The property of whether commands are logged to the log file
(LogNotes) The property of whether notes are logged to the log file
(LogOutput) The property of whether MUD output is logged to the log file
(LogSend) Sends a message to the MUD and logs it
(WriteLog) Writes to the log file
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