Tracing Tidbit: Getting Callstacks Automatically

Posted by: kennyw.com, on 06 Feb 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

When you get an Exception traced in Indigo, part of that trace includes the callstack which is naturally traced as part of Exception.ToString(). However, callstack information is generally useful for other non-Exception traces (for example, trying to track down who is Aborting a socket). Part of the beauty of our tracing infrastructure is [...]...

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