DrKonqui appearance (was: Re: New KMessageBox Style )

Olivier Goffart ogoffart at kde.org
Wed Feb 6 00:01:17 GMT 2008

Le mardi 5 février 2008, John Tapsell a écrit :
> On 05/02/2008, Chani <chanika at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On February 5, 2008 21:09:41 Robert Knight wrote:
> > > On a broader note, requiring the user to actually go to bugs.kde.org
> > > to file a report and copy in the backtrace probably means that the
> > > majority of crashes are never reported at all.  Windows has been
> > > sending automated crash reports for years now and I believe Gnome does
> > > as well.
> >
> > how much use is a backtrace, really, without a user to discuss it with
> > (and probably without debug packages, too)?
> Pretty useful actually :-)  Just knowing what line it crashed on is
> often good enough.

I don't agree here.
What you need to do to be able to fix the bug is to reproduce it. And a 
explaination on how to reproduce is just much better than a single backtrace.
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