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- noun computing A
- verb computing To examine a stack trace
- verb by extension To find the
causeof something by examining past events
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A backtrace is a piece of information that describes what was the application doing when it encountered the error and had to close itself.
Once attached, and the process is in an infinite loop, after using the 'backtrace' command again a useful backtrace will appear.
One of my bugreports was rejected because of not useful backtrace.
They might even have enough resources to sever his body-mind and trap him within, or backtrace for the Sentience Office to send corrosive memes and take him.
She ran a backtrace routine to see if she could identify the source of the problem, and as the results scrolled up the screen, her brow furrowed with concern.
Any assertions it can't entirely prove at compile time would have to result in runtime checks - in which case, the abort construct would indeed compile to code that generates a run-time core dump / backtrace.
So what puzzels me is this, would'nt special cimcumstances backtrace a possible recruit's past before they are considered for employment?
I wish they would handle OPML import from Google Reader better, though; presently it's just a huge Tomcat backtrace.
· Stack View the current stack backtrace and traverse individual stack frames to change the current context of the debugger.
If you have a crash ensure you install debugging symbols and take a backtrace.