Re: Bug-buddy feature requests (was Re: Does the bug tracker actually work?)

Owen Taylor <> writes:

> I don't see the difference between a) and b). In either case,
> the backtrace is useless,  but a clueful user could still produce
> a useful bug report. (And I've seen quite a few useful bug reports
> coming from Red Hat users, where all binaries are stripped. Along
> with lots of useless ones...) In either case, bug buddy should not
> include the backtrace, include the binary name if it can figure
> it out, and ask the user to provide sufficient additional
> information.

Well, non-stripped binaries without debbuging info may be useful when
they have at least the function names.

Martin Baulig (private) (work)

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