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Re: Installation of Recommends by default on October 1st

Le jeudi 02 août 2007 à 13:29 -0700, Don Armstrong a écrit :
> 1) Segv handler saves the coredump if the user says to (or coredumps
>    are on)
> 2) bug-buddy or debreaper (or whatever) 
>    a) prompts to install appropriate -dbg packages if they're not
>       already available;
>    b) backtraces the coredump from the segv handler using gdb (or
>       whatever)
>    c) appends that to the bug report

This is exactly what I've been planning to add to debreaper, but I still
haven't found the time.

>    d) possibly stores the coredump somewhere for future
>       reference/debugging.

Not without prompting. For reference, an epiphany coredump is between
200 and 300 MB.

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