Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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· catchco

Faster Debug Log: Dump()

Debug.Log is an eventuality...

Every Unity3d project I tackle needs one or two temporary Debug.Log( problematicObject ) statements to calm my nerves. As a fan of brevity and Fluent Interface, I bring this extension method with me everywhere I code:

using UnityEngine;

public static class DebugExtensions
{
   public static void Dump(this object me)
   {
      Debug.Log(me);
   }
}

Now all it takes to peer into your elusive object is a simple problematicObject.Dump().