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btparser - Parser and analyzer for backtraces produced by GDB

License: GPLv2+
Vendor: Scientific Linux CERN,
Btparser is a backtrace parser and analyzer, which works with
backtraces produced by the GNU Project Debugger. It can parse a text
file with a backtrace to a tree of C structures, allowing to analyze
the threads and frames of the backtrace and work with them.

Btparser also contains some backtrace manipulation and extraction
- it can find a frame in the crash-time backtrace where the program
  most likely crashed (a chance is that the function described in that
  frame is buggy)
- it can produce a duplication hash of the backtrace, which helps to
  discover that two crash-time backtraces are duplicates, triggered by
  the same flaw of the code
- it can "rate" the backtrace quality, which depends on the number of
  frames with and without the function name known (missing function
  name is caused by missing debugging symbols)


btparser-0.17-2.el6.i686 [50 KiB] Changelog by Martin Milata (2013-06-10):
- Backport commit ec1bf395 that fixes several memory leaks
- Backport abf036d5 that fixes a NULL dereference
- Backport 6e0f49a3 that adds version to the manual page
- Resolves: #803774, #903140, #905854
btparser-0.17-1.el6.i686 [50 KiB] Changelog by Jiri Moskovcak (2012-08-08):
- New upstream release
- Resolves: #846667
btparser-0.16-3.el6.i686 [50 KiB] Changelog by Karel Klíč (2012-05-07):
- Report correct crash_function in the crash sumary
  Resolves: rhbz#811147
btparser-0.13-1.el6.i686 [40 KiB] Changelog by Karel Klíč (2011-05-16):
- Initial packaging

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