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The first couple of lines tell you about the running pyRevit version, Revit version, IronPython version, and whether Rocket mode is active (Rocket mode makes the python tools run a lot faster by caching them, and is on by default).

pyRevit version: 4.6.24:1e25e63 - </> with 💓 in ['pdx', 'hio', 'rno'] 
pyRevit Rocket Mode enabled. 🚀
Host is Autodesk Revit 2019.2 (build: 20190808_0900(x64) id: 20444) 
Running on: 2.7.7 (IronPython 2.7.7 ( on .NET 4.0.30319.42000 (64-bit)) 

Then there is some information about the user environment, and the pyRevit base assembly (compiled dynamically at launch time) and configurations file

User is: eirannejad 
Home Directory is: C:\\pyRevit\\
Session uuid is: 2e35d891-a51d-4759-a90b-f579ec532ffd 
Base assembly is: pyRevit_2019_78af7697d731d278_PyRevitBaseClasses 
Config file is (User): C:\\Users\\eirannejad\\AppData\\Roaming\\pyRevit\\pyRevit_config.ini 

Then pyRevit goes on to parsing extensions, finding bundles, creating buttons in the UI. When all done, it reports the total load time.

UI Extension successfuly loaded from cache: pyRevitCore 
Skipping disabled ui extension: pyRevitTags 
UI Extension successfuly loaded from cache: pyRevitTools 
Skipping disabled ui extension: pyRevitTVAExtension 
Extension assembly created: pyRevitCore 
Extension assembly created: pyRevitTools 
UI created for extension: pyRevitCore 
UI created for extension: pyRevitTools 
Load time: 1.10900115967 seconds 👍

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