A Ruby backtrace nicely printed.
First, install it:
$ gem install backtrace
Then, use it like this, to print a backtrace:
require 'backtrace' begin # do something dangerous rescue StandardError => e puts .(e) end
A more compact version would use a block:
require 'backtrace' .(swallow: true) do # do something dangerous end
You can also provide a logging facility, to log the backtrace:
require 'backtrace' log = Log.new # it must implement method error(msg) .(swallow: true, log: log) do # do something dangerous end
Sometimes you may need to hide unimportant lines of the backtrace,
which are not related to your code base. You can use
of the constructor, which is a regular expression or a string. When it's met
in the backtrace, the printing will stop:
require 'backtrace' begin # do something dangerous rescue StandardError => e puts .(e, mine: 'yegor') end
How to contribute
$ bundle update $ rake
If it's clean and you don't see any error messages, submit your pull request.
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Copyright (c) 2018 Yegor Bugayenko
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