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Re: libSegFault and just in time debugging
On Fri, Jun 29, 2007 at 12:52:42PM -0700, Michael Snyder wrote:
> Yes, apport is slick, but it relies on kernel mods.
> This doesn't. In fact, it isn't even peculiar to Linux, it would
> work on any glibc system, and in principle even on systems
> that don't use glibc. Probably any unix, and even cygwin.
FYI, cygwin already does this, too; it can invoke dumper (to generate core
dumps) or GDB. I imagine you could invoke apport from a preloaded
library easily; after all, you can hook into it from Python exceptions.