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[Pi] Re: crash report help Jonas Bush Thu May 07 10:00:21 2009

If you have the .dSYM file that matches the specific build of the crash,
there is a way (theoretically) to get a more useful stacktrace, there's a
script called "symbolicatecrash" that comes with Xcode (note that there's a
bug in the 2.2.1 version, you can grab a new version here:
http://developer.apple.com/iphone/library/technotes/tn2008/tn2151.html)...that
will (supposedly) generate a helpful stacktrace.
I say supposed and theoretically because it hasn't always worked for me, but
it has worked more than once. :)

Jonas


On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 8:02 AM, Bradley S. O'Hearne
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:

>
> It looks like the numbers are just stack-depth. I wish I had an answer
> for you -- what would be way cool is if you could just highlight the
> line and Xcode would take you right into the file, like with a
> compiler error.
>
> Brad
>
> On May 7, 2009, at 7:46 AM, john ellis wrote:
>
> >
> > hmm... it doesn't seem likely a problem in the nib file, but in
> > initialization of the view somewhere... it is 11 calls down from
> > "awake from NIB"... more likely something i'm doing deep in the call
> > stack after "viewDidLoad" or something.  if the problem was in the nib
> > file (view not set, etc) then it wouldn't ever work (though i guess it
> > could be some screen i hadn't tested or something).
> >
> > more importantly, though, i'm not looking directly to solve this one
> > problem... i'm more looking for a general guide to solving these
> > problems.  thoughts?
> >
> > john
> >
> > On May 7, 2009, at 7:22 AM, Bradley S. O'Hearne wrote:
> >
> >>
> >> Hey John,
> >>
> >> I don't know how to turn them into line numbers, but it is pretty
> >> obvious that there's a problem in (likely) your main NIB file. I get
> >> things like this when I don't properly set a view outlet connection
> >> to
> >> my controllers and the like. Can you expound at all on what this NIB
> >> is doing?
> >>
> >> Regards,
> >>
> >> Brad
> >>
> >> On May 7, 2009, at 6:27 AM, john ellis wrote:
> >>
> >>>
> >>> hey all,
> >>>
> >>> in the meeting last night, you guys were talking about crash
> >>> reports.
> >>> i downloaded some of my crash reports, but now what?  i just get a
> >>> list of addresses in the stack:
> >>>
> >>> Thread 0 Crashed:
> >>> 0   My Show                         0x000180f6 0x1000 + 94454
> >>> 1   My Show                         0x00014d5c 0x1000 + 81244
> >>> 2   My Show                         0x00012310 0x1000 + 70416
> >>> 3   My Show                         0x0001253c 0x1000 + 70972
> >>> 4   My Show                         0x00012286 0x1000 + 70278
> >>> 5   My Show                         0x00008218 0x1000 + 29208
> >>> 6   My Show                         0x00005234 0x1000 + 16948
> >>> 7   My Show                         0x000041b6 0x1000 + 12726
> >>> 8   My Show                         0x00003fde 0x1000 + 12254
> >>> 9   My Show                         0x000025da 0x1000 + 5594
> >>> 10  My Show                         0x000027fc 0x1000 + 6140
> >>> 11  UIKit                           0x30acaff4 -[UIViewController
> >>> awakeFromNib]
> >>> 12  UIKit                           0x30c38f88 -[UINib
> >>> instantiateWithOptions:owner:loadingResourcesFromBundle:]
> >>> 13  UIKit                           0x30c3af4c -
> >>> [NSBundle(NSBundleAdditions) loadNibNamed:owner:options:]
> >>> 14  UIKit                           0x30a4f6f4 -[UIApplication
> >>> _loadMainNibFile]
> >>> 15  UIKit                           0x30a57cd4 -[UIApplication
> >>> _runWithURL:]
> >>>
> >>> is there a way to turn these addresses into rough line numbers or to
> >>> figure out what method calls these may be?
> >>>
> >>> thanks,
> >>>
> >>> john
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>>
> >>
> >>
> >>>
> >
> >
> > >
>
>
> >
>

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