@rigoletto That’s a neat trick, thanks! But you lost me on how to change to the console and it’s probably my fault for being unclear. The console I’m trying to display is the System Console, accessed through Window > Toggle System Console, not the Python Console. I’m looking at these debug commands atm to see if there’s something helps.
@RSEhlers I wish just using INFO was the answer, but it doesn’t display the warnings I’m after. Things like dependency cycles and detailed errors only show up in the system console (that I know of! I could be wrong):
I suspect the only way to achieve it is through scripts so I started to poke at it. I’m not a coder, I’m a “coder”, just someone curious, so once I learned what I was supposed to research (
stderr) I ended stumbling upon a post by someone trying to do what I want. He wrote a addon that was easy to adapt to get it working how I want in 2.82.
I even more or less managed to dump the errors in the INFO panel too… but one of the main reasons I wanted to do all of this—dependency cycles—aren’t showing up. I’m hoping it’s just the parsing function discarding code, I still have to pick it apart to understand what it’s doing, otherwise these warnings somehow don’t go through
stderr either. If they don’t I have no idea how to hijack the
black magic possible C piece of code being used to output them in the console.*sobs*