RUNREV Technical support

Bernard Devlin bdrunrev at gmail.com
Fri Jan 23 17:03:14 EST 2009


Hi Jacqueline, I wasn't looking to turn this thread around into
looking at the specific problems I had with Rev 2.9-3.0 in June to
October 2008.  I tried all manner of logging, and even sent multiple
crash logs to runrev.com.  None of the information that I could get
could lead to any indication of the causes of the crashes.  In the end
I gave up on using Rev on Windows and Linux and just use it on OS X.

I think that in order to solve difficult unreproduceable problems like
Camm29 is referring to, we need to have debug logging built into the
engine.  In the cases I was suffering from, even having debugging
built into the the runtime would not help, as Rev was crashing
(apparently) randomly.

Bernard

On 1/23/09, J. Landman Gay <jacque at hyperactivesw.com> wrote:
> Bernard Devlin wrote:
>> Perhaps this is another instance where a debug-logging engine would
>> produce
>> information that would lead to a speedier identification of the problem?
>> http://quality.runrev.com/qacenter/show_bug.cgi?id=7237
>
> What I'd really like to see is the debugger built directly into the
> engine so that we could use a keyboard combination to break into the
> debugger during runtime.
>
> At any rate, did you try turning on Windows crash reporting in prefs? I
> think that's supposed to provide the info your enhancement addresses.
>
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