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api-error-handler's Issues

Is this repo dead?

Hello everyone,

I am still using this library as of today and I was wondering ?

Is this repo dead ?
Because I see many good ideas in pull requests and would really appreciate if you could merge some.

Have a good day !

Best way to expose additional properties from http-errors

Trying to figure out how to best expose additional properties added to errors thru the http-errors package. Basically, what I'm trying to do is something like this:

const express = require('express')
const createError = require('http-errors')
const errorHandler = require('api-error-handler')

const app = express()

app.get('/test', function (req, res, next) {
  next(createError(400, { foobar: 10 }))
})

app.use(errorHandler())

I don't think it's explicitly stated, but I think that these two packages are made to work together.

Would be happy with any input, maybe I'm missing something simple.

One way would be to add an option (exposeAdditionalProperties maybe) that simply iterates and sets the properties. I'd be happy to send a PR!

Take a callback function?

Take a callback function and execute it at the end?

I am having a case that I want to log out the error message in console.
It will be easy to passing body into a callback function and execute it at the end process.

api.use(errorHandler(body => { console.log(body }))

I think it's easy for others who want to do more things with this lib. such as send an error email to the developer, etc.

Disable console.error()

A call to console.error() is present at line 22.

Would be nice to be able to disable it, especially when writing/running tests (can clutter the terminal output).

Better documentation

I really like the feature that sets response status code from property status of the error thrown. It should be documented!

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