When a script is executed in
laoban it can be executed in a lot of places at one. Some
of the projects it is used on have 20 or more sub projects.
It is desirable to be able to see ‘what happened when I executed the command in this project’. Of
course you can use the
-p option to only execute in one or a few projects, but
the logs are very useful for this.
The default location for the logs is
.log in the project directory (but this gets cluttered very quickly),
When a script is run a new directory is added to
.sessions which includes the name of the script
the arguments and the time.
In this directory is added a line for each project that the command is executed in. This is the contents of the output stream from that command