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Sat, 09/25/2010 - 22:54

Hey all,

I’ve improved my javascript highlighter for backtraces on bugs.kde.org and fixed some bugs (e.g. the BUG 123456 links where lost before). Additionally I just added another feature that gives you a nice little navigation bar like this:

improved highlighting of backtraces on bugs.kde.org with additional navigation helpers
highlighted backtrace with navigation bar

Pressing crash scrolls the window to the [KCrash Handler] in that backtrace, prev thread and next thread do what you would think they do.

To get all the goodies, click this link to install the updated script in GreaseMonkey:

http://users.physik.fu-berlin.de/~milianw/bko_highlighter.user.js

NOTE: This also works with Tampermonkey in Chromium!

Happy backtrace reading!

PS: Yeah, we really should get this by default into BKO… I’ll write a mail to the sysadmins now.

Comments

Works, cool! Thu, 07/04/2013 - 20:14 — dhaumann (not verified)

Works, cool!

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