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I tried to use ansi_term to print logs because it is used in the Substrate repository for logging: https://github.com/paritytech/substrate/blob/fece0657f20e15df94be5833b164dfacd44823eb/client/informant/src/lib.rs which is mentioned also in How to Change Colors of Node Terminal Output?

use ansi_term::Colour;
...
 info!("♻️  Reorg on #{},{} to #{},{}, common ancestor #{},{}",
                        Colour::Red.bold().paint(format!("{}", last_num)),...);

then I found ansi_term cannot be used in my parachain precompile because my runtime must support no_std as I see #![cfg_attr(not(feature = "std"), no_std)] in the beginning of my precompile lib.rs file.

Substrate docs does not say much about color logs: https://docs.substrate.io/test/debug/

I am aware of using log::warn!() and log::error!() AND running your parachain with --execution Native can produce a tiny colorful log in yellow and red... but that is not really enough.

So how can I make colorful logs and support no_std?

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    Actually, I don't recommend you to use that for the log. Some log are pretty long, the output might be truncated if you force it to use color. Sep 16, 2022 at 4:27

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You could use the color code directly.

Those crates just made a wrapper for the color code.


Check:


Example:

fn main() {
    // you could replace `println!` with `log::info!` in no_std
    println!("\u{1b}[35mtest\u{001b}[0ming");
}

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