Debugging and common issues
Learn how to debug your plugin, view logs, and resolve common issues during development.
Most of the steps around troubleshooting are the same when creating a plugin as they are when using one.
Refer to the troubleshooting page below to see some common steps below, or continue for some development-specific errors to look out for.
Just like Node.js, a plugin will exit if there's no reason for it to stay open. For example, a plugin that contains only one line of code (
console.log("Hello world");) will run that line and then exit straight away.
It is also possible that your plugin is throwing an unhandled exception, causing the process to crash. In this case the error should be viewable in your plugin's log file as