Re: Crash reports from GNOME bindings

Larry Ewing swore to me he'd do this for mono... Larry? :)

By the way, let me suggest that this is really critical for
binding-based apps to mature. GNOME without bug-buddy would still be
very unstable. Bringing bug-buddy to the people developing with your
bindings is a *huge* bonus for them, even if they don't know it :)


On 6/18/06, Fernando Herrera <fherrera onirica com> wrote:

current vesion of bug-buddy (HEAD) has a working "--include" option.
The idea of this option is to get info about non-standards crashes.

Non standard crashes are, for example, python, C# or java Falta Exceptions.

With current C applications we are getting all segfaults from
libgnomeui handler, that invokes bug-buddy with a pid to run gdb on
it. But we want also reports coming from gnome-python, gnome-java and
Gtk# applications, so here is the question:

Are you guys (these bindings maintainers) ok with this --include
option to add info from your crashes? Could we have these handlers for
GNOME 2.16 release?

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