DrKonqi improvement idea

Rolf Eike Beer kde at opensource.sf-tec.de
Mon Mar 12 20:39:02 GMT 2012

Am Montag 12 März 2012, 19:26:27 schrieb Niko Sams:
> On Sun, Mar 11, 2012 at 13:57, henry miller <hank at millerfarm.com> wrote:
> > Good ideas, if anyone actually implements it. A couple of comments.
> > 
> > Most users are not programmers - they will not know how to recogize
> > similear backtraces are the same root cause. Worse I know of many cases
> > where I - a programmer - was wrong.
> > 
> > The more automated detection we can do the better. In fact many random
> > crashes have been traced down to the same root cause, so we really need
> > the
> > ability to check the user's config in a distribution specific way. If some
> > misconfiguration is found we can ignore the backtrace.
> DrKonqi already detects duplicates, which works pretty good usually.
> But there is still room for improvement...

For me as a developer it would be useful e.g. if it would search for 
duplicates before requesting the credentials. So I could decide that it's not 
worth the effort to save them on some other host and search for dupes by hand 
@home where I actually have the credentials at hand.

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