iPhone RestKit how to enable RKLogDebug?

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You want to add something like this:

    RKLogConfigureByName("RestKit", RKLogLevelWarning); 
    RKLogConfigureByName("RestKit/ObjectMapping", RKLogLevelTrace);
    RKLogConfigureByName("RestKit/Network", RKLogLevelTrace);

to your code. See RKLog.h for the various levels. It is pretty trick.

N.B. this supports a wildcard at the end so, e.g.,

    RKLogConfigureByName("*", RKLogLevelTrace); // set all logs to trace,
    RKLogConfigureByName("RestKit*", RKLogLevelWarning); // set all RestKit logs to warning (leaving the app-specific log untouched). 

– Thanks Kevin!

As described in first answer you can configure your app to specific component by calling RKLogConfigureByName.

You can also configure RestKit for specific component using Environment Variables in Xcode scheme. This is useful especially when you have your app building continuously for different environments.

Here’s detailed explanation of RestKit logging http://restkit-tutorials.com/logging-in-restkit-debug-tips/