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Created Sep 1, 2015
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Future proof console.log() code from breaking IE
// Console-polyfill. MIT license.
// Make it safe to do console.log() always.
(function(global) {
'use strict';
global.console = global.console || {};
var con = global.console;
var prop, method;
var empty = {};
var dummy = function() {};
var properties = 'memory'.split(',');
var methods = ('assert,clear,count,debug,dir,dirxml,error,exception,group,' +
'groupCollapsed,groupEnd,info,log,markTimeline,profile,profiles,profileEnd,' +
while (prop = properties.pop()) if (!con[prop]) con[prop] = empty;
while (method = methods.pop()) if (!con[method]) con[method] = dummy;
})(typeof window === 'undefined' ? this : window);
// Using `this` for web workers while maintaining compatibility with browser
// targeted script loaders such as Browserify or Webpack where the only way to
// get to the global object is via `window`.
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