[Mageia-dev] Evolution segfaults when trying to confirm a calendar invite

Colin Guthrie mageia at colin.guthr.ie
Wed Nov 28 17:23:19 CET 2012

'Twas brillig, and Johnny A. Solbu at 28/11/12 13:14 did gyre and gimble:
> On Wednesday 28. November 2012 13.39, Robert Fox wrote:
>> normally I try to avoid loading -debug packages on my work laptop
> I have the same feeling with regardds to my computers.
> What I do in these situations is to install the debug packages, run the application in gdb, record the debug info, and then uninstall the debug packages.
> You don't have to keep the debug packages installed after you've collected the debug info.

Longer term it would be nice to be able to have a service to upload the
core files and then generate the backtrace remotely.

Easy enough for stable releases, but not so much for cauldron with it's
rolling state.

It should also become easier when we have the journal more integrated as
it can store core files for us and be integrated nicely with automatic
uploads etc.

All pie in the sky for now tho'.



Colin Guthrie

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