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dSymbolizer... Do you want to be able to ship stripped executables but still receive usable backtraces? Then dSymbolizer is for you.

Recent releases of Xcode supports a new debug symbol format called DWARF. One especially useful feature, is the ability to generate a symbol file that is separated from the application proper. This allows you to ship a stripped version of your application but still being able to decode the backtrace by using that symbol file (it is called a dSYM file).

The problem is that the current toolsets doesn't make it very easy to do this
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Version 1.0.4: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
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Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4.7 or later

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Downloads:1,082
Version Downloads:619
Type:Development : Editors
License:Free
Date:05 May 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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dSymbolizer... Do you want to be able to ship stripped executables but still receive usable backtraces? Then dSymbolizer is for you.

Recent releases of Xcode supports a new debug symbol format called DWARF. One especially useful feature, is the ability to generate a symbol file that is separated from the application proper. This allows you to ship a stripped version of your application but still being able to decode the backtrace by using that symbol file (it is called a dSYM file).

The problem is that the current toolsets doesn't make it very easy to do this (essentially, only gdb supports DWARF/dSYM at this point). dSymbolizer makes it easy. dSymbolizer automatically starts the appropriate gdb executable depending on the architecture (ppc or i386) that generated the backtrace.


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