[PATCH] drkonqi: s/backtrace/backtrace full/g
rmiller at duskglow.com
Tue Jan 27 10:00:13 GMT 2004
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On Tuesday 27 January 2004 03:46 am, Lubos Lunak wrote:
> I like it. But the backtrace itself can become not very visible if there
> are many variables. I think it would be better to do "bt" followed by
> "backtrace full".
GDB backtraces can bog down a slow machine. Does "backtrace full" make the
resource demands higher? If so, perhaps we should allow the user to "opt
out" in a userfriendly manner:
"A full backtrace may allow the maintainer to track down and find the bug more
quickly, but at the expense of requiring more CPU power and memory to
generate it. Would you like a full backtrace?"
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